Cody Smith Promoted to SOC Manager




We are pleased to announce that Cody Smith of infotex, Inc. has been promoted to Security Operations Center (SOC) Manager at infotex.

“Cody’s dedication to great customer service, as well as the process of setting up our Endpoint Detection and Response monitoring systems, have been impeccable and I am excited to see what fresh ideas he brings to make our service to our Clients to the next level,” says Bryan Bonnell, Senior Data Security Analyst of infotex.

“I am grateful and excited to begin this role! I look forward to using my knowledge and experience to better serve infotex Clients,” says Cody, who holds several industry certifications and a B.S. in Cyber Security & Information Assurance from Western Governor’s University as well as experience with other information technology jobs while doing contracts for the Department of Defense after completing active duty with the US Navy.

“We appreciate Cody’s military service and look forward to watching our Managed SOC continue to mature, grow and innovate under his leadership,” says Michael Hartke, Executive Vice President of infotex. 

infotex is a Managed Security Operations Center and is based in central Indiana and works primarily with banks, credit unions, and schools throughout the Midwest and beyond.

For questions, please contact:

Bryan Bonnell
Digital Media Manager
[email protected]



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