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Adam Reynolds Earns CISSP Certification

By Vigilize | Friday, December 4, 2020 - Leave a Comment

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BUSINESS NEWS


ADAM REYNOLDS OF INFOTEX, EARNS CISSP CERTIFICATE

We are pleased to announce Adam Reynolds’ recent designation as a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). Adam earned the designation by meeting all the qualifying criteria. Once certified he became an (ISC)² member and now is part of a global community of professionals focused on keeping the safety and security of the cyber world.

“We’re really proud that Adam was able to get this certification with very little studying. He’s already targeted his next set of letters!” said Dan Hadaway, Managing Partner of infotex.

“I am very happy to announce that I am officially a (ISC)² CISSP. I have worked for infotex for many years and have learned a lot about information security. I am proud to be able to put that information to use, not only for our Clients, but to the CISSP test as well. I am always looking forward to expanding my knowledge to assist our Clients and can’t wait to finish my next certification, ISACA CISA,” said Adam.

infotex is a Managed Security Operations Center and is a Preferred Service Provider of the Indiana Bankers Association. infotex is based in central Indiana and works primarily with banks, credit unions, and schools.


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