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Matthew Randolph
Principal, Advisory Services, Ernst & Young LLP
Business Information & Analytics Advisory Board, School of Accountancy Advisory Board
Matthew Randolph

Biography at a Glance

Matthew Randolph is a Daniels alumnus and a principal in the Advisory Services practice of Ernst & Young and has over 15 years experience in information systems and security within the U.S., Germany and Japan, with responsibility for leading the delivery of IT advisory, IT assurance and internal audit related services. He has a deep understanding and experience in a broad range of advisory services including financial audit IT assurance, internal audits, internal controls, service organization controls reporting (e.g., SSAE 16/SOC 1, SOC 3, and SOC 3), IT risk assessment, information security strategy, security policy design and development, organizational structure and dynamics, data analytics and business continuity planning.

During his time at Ernst & Young, Randolph has also participated in the firm’s Global Exchange program in Tokyo, Japan for nearly 2 years where he managed numerous global accounts and helped implement global methodologies within the EY Japanese practice.

Randolph regularly presents emerging trends in risk management, internal audit and internal controls efficiencies, continuous controls monitoring, privacy, information security, data analytics and business and systems impact of IFRS for professional associations, industry groups and universities.

He also maintains the following certifications: Certified Information Systems Auditor, Certified Information Systems Security Professional, Certified Information Systems Manager and Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control.

Prior to joining Ernst & Young, Randolph was a William J. Fulbright Scholar and Visiting Fellow for the Institute for Information Systems at the University of Muenster, Germany where he performed graduate research of the impact of electronic commerce on small and medium sized German businesses.

Randolph also serves as the President of the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA) Denver Chapter where he leads this professional organization of over 950 Denver area based professionals in the fields of IT audit, Security, Risk Management and IT Governance.


  • Master of Accountancy, Information Technology & Electronic Commerce, Daniels College of Business, University of Denver
  • BS Accounting (Magna cum Laude), Daniels College of Business, University of Denver
  • BA German (Magna cum Laude), University of Denver