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Mindy Milliet CISA, QSA, CCSFP, PCIP

PRG Principal

615.416.6878 
Nashville, TN
Services
Cybersecurity, HITRUST, IT Audit, PCI, Process, Risk & Governance, Sarbanes-Oxley, SOC Examinations,
Industries
Financial Services, Healthcare, Manufacturing & Distribution, Restaurants, Retail, Technology,

Experience

Principal Mindy Milliet contributes nearly two decades of experience to the Process, Risk & Governance (PRG) practice of Frazier & Deeter and leads the firm’s Payment Card Industry (PCI) practice. With her extensive SOX, internal audit and security audit experience, Mindy manages and contributes to the delivery of internal control and IT and security advisory assessments across a wide range of industries. She focuses on financial services, restaurants, hospitality, manufacturing & distribution, healthcare and traditional & eCommerce retail.

Mindy serves as a subject matter expert in the areas of PCI, SOX, IT general controls, SOC examinations, network & infrastructure security and process improvement. She has worked with a variety of institutions as either an internal team member or as an external advisor. Her experience includes building an internal control over financial reporting program for a national restaurant chain and assisting large, public company clients with their annual IT and business process controls reviews.

In 2010, Mindy became certified as a PCI Internal Security Assessor. In 2016, she focused her PCI skills in an external, client service capacity and became certified as a PCI Qualified Security Assessor, performing Reports on Compliance and Self-Assessment Questionnaires for large and mid-sized merchant institutions.

Professional and Civic Organizations

PCI Security Standards Council
The GRC Institute
Health Information Trust Alliance (HITRUST)
The IIA
Information Systems Audit & Control Association (ISACA)
The SOX Institute
The Association for Capital Growth (ACG)
Nashville Healthcare Council
Nashville Technology Council
National Restaurant Association

Education

Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance
The University of Memphis | Memphis, Tennessee

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