Matthew Hall serves as the Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer at the University of Central Florida. In this role, Mr. Hall provides executive leadership and strategic vision for the institution’s information technology infrastructure, assets, and services. He works collaboratively with the university community to leverage technological innovations to support research and instruction while improving administrative systems and business processes.
Before joining UCF, Mr. Hall served as the University of California Santa Barbara’s (UCSB) Senior Associate Vice Chancellor for Information Technology. He also served as UCSB’s Cyber Risk Responsible Executive. He served for two years as both the University of California System-Wide Information Security Committee Sponsor and the Chair of the University of California’s IT Leadership Council.
Previously, Mr. Hall held positions at Koch Industries International, Microsoft, Bank of America, and Vanderbilt University, including academic appointments as an Associate Professor of the Practice of Computer Science in Engineering and a Faculty Fellow in the English department. He also held sworn law enforcement positions at the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. Mr. Hall holds information assurance certifications, including CISSP, Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator, and Security+.