Security takes a Community “We’re all in this together” The latest edition of Executive Vice President, Michael Hartke’s article series! At infotex we get to see behind the curtains a bit. We are entrusted with the cybersecurity of our Clients and, more often than I would like to see (NONE in a perfect world), we […]
. . . a new name for a long-standing service. The latest edition of Executive Vice President, Michael Hartke’s article series! Two of Dan’s articles, What’s in a Name and Interagency Wisdom, have pointed out something that we fight with here at infotex. We are regularly developing new services and features to respond to the needs […]
So many watering holes . . . The latest edition of Executive Vice President, Michael Hartke’s article series! Don’t click on pop-ups! The year was 2001 and I remember giving that advice as part of awareness training in my past life on an IT team of a regional printing company. I proudly spearheaded the training […]
. . . and the importance of segregated response. The latest edition of Executive Vice President, Michael Hartke’s article series! In 2007 when I first joined infotex, coming from small to medium sized business general IT support into the world of cybersecurity, the one thing that was very hard for me to internally rectify was […]
Community Banking and their layers of security. . . Michael Hartke’s first post as Executive Vice President! Thinking back to my first talk to security professionals in community banking almost 10 years ago, the question continues to this day. First some background… infotex was moderating the Indiana Bankers Association Security Conference when one of the […]
How to Review a SOC One or Two! Webinar This is the seventh stop on our 2016 IT Governance Tour.
FREE infotex Webinar – Training Your Incident Response Team – The CAT MAIT Almanac November 16th 2016 at 9AM EDT Start planning for easy ways to Train Your Incident Response Team in 2017. Dan will run through an almanac of CAT statements and suggest how existing guidance can be leveraged. Register Now!
FREE infotex Webinar – Technology Planning for Small Institutions October 26th 2016 at 9AM EDT If you’ve found time to read the December 2015 update to the FFIEC’s Management Booklet, you might already have a new “to-do” for the fourth quarter of 2016: creating and documenting a Technology Plan. Our annual webinar on the subject […]