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Seven trends impacting Information Security Officers of Small Institutions! Another one of those Dan’s New Leaf Posts, meant to inspire thought about IT Governance . . . . Seven trends impacting Information Security Officers of Small Institutions! Another one of those Dan’s New Leaf Posts, meant to inspire thought about IT Governance Welcome to the Magnificent Seven, my annual […]
As lines of code continue to replace humans and physical devices, quality control is essential…and often overlooked. An article review. Looking back over the last decade or two it is easy to see how computers have changed physically as they shrank in size, spreading to our pockets and beyond, but another change was going on […]
Two Salesforce security team members were let go following their presentation of a new testing platform. An article review. Before you join that panel discussion of disgruntled bankers, consider this story that comes to us by way of Joe Cychosz: a pair of Salesforce security team members were let go shortly after their presentation at the […]
Dan has whittled all the noise to five resources a Small Business Owner should investigate (and utilize).
BUSINESS NEWS Adam Reynolds, Data Security Analyst of Infotex, Inc., recently received the CompTIA Security+ certification. CompTIA Security+ is a vendor neutral certificate to validate IT security skills and knowledge. The certification meets DOD Directive 8570 and ranks higher than the Network+ certification. “Adam has always exceeded our expectations for him,” says Dan Hadaway, Managing […]
In order to facilitate awareness messaging in email and social media, infotex is returning to the original meaning of their word, “Vigilize.” Articles posted at my.infotex.com/copy-n-paste are meant for you to use in your awareness campaigns free of charge. Just copy them, paste them, and edit them to make them yours! Intended Use: The purpose […]
The Infotex CAT Tool has been updated. . . If you used the Infotex Cybersecurity Assessment Tool Maturity Analysis and Interpretation Tool (CAT MAIT) to get through your first couple of cyber risk assessments, we have published the update to this tool here.