Sabrina Serafin CISA
Partner and National Practice Leader, PRG404.253.7482
ServicesCompliance - Advisory, Cybersecurity, HITRUST, Internal Audit, IT Audit, PCI, Process, Risk & Governance, Sarbanes-Oxley, SOC Examinations,
Sabrina joined Frazier & Deeter in 2007 and leads the national Process, Risk & Governance practice. She provides her clients with assurance services including System and Organization Controls (SOC) examinations and Agreed upon Procedures, Internal and IT audit co-sourcing and consultative risk and governance assessment services. She has extensive experience with Internal Audit, Enterprise Risk Management and consumer privacy with a focus on IT governance, risk and controls.
Sabrina’s past experience includes serving as an Internal Audit Director for CheckFree Corporation, where she was responsible for developing and maintaining policies, standards and guidelines around CheckFree’s approach to managing corporate-wide IT and operational risk. Additional responsibilities included implementing and supporting CheckFree’s corporate privacy standards, processes, procedures and tools to build and maintain a privacy program to address compliance issues imposed on the electronic banking industry. She also managed CheckFree’s Audit Management team, responsible for SAS70, customer and federal regulatory agency non-financial audits.
Prior to CheckFree, Sabrina was a Manager for Deloitte & Touche’s Enterprise Risk Services practice, where she performed internal control reviews of information systems departments and SAS70 audits for several of the South’s leading financial, technology, communications and manufacturing firms.
Professional and Civic Organizations
Information Systems Audit and Control Association
The Institute of Internal Auditors, Member of Board of Governors, Atlanta Chapter
Georgia Society of Certified Public Accountants
International Association of Privacy Professionals
Technology Association of Georgia
Women in Technology
Master of Accountancy, Georgia State University
Master of Business Administration – Information Systems, Georgia State University