Trevor Foo, CISA, CISM, CRISC, is a Director in our Risk & Transaction Advisory practice at MBAF. Trevor provides information technology strategies and solutions to organizations. He helps clients meet regulatory requirements and establish security and internal controls to protect their businesses and grow their profits.
Trevor is a vital member of our Sarbanes Oxley team and has worked closely with management to design and document their information technology general controls. In addition, Trevor heads up the SOC Attestation Group for the Audit Department.
Prior to joining MBAF, Trevor was the Vice President of Information Technology with the Miami subsidiary of an international bank operating throughout Latin America and the Caribbean where he provided technical and strategic direction to integrate IT and all operational processes.
Information Systems Audit and Control Association
Certified Information Systems Auditor
Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control
Certified Information Security Manager
Barry University- Master of Science in Information Technology
Barry University – Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
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