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Join us in promoting awareness through education!

We have always subscribed to the philosophy that the best mitigating control is Awareness. Our talks and workshops help to increase your awareness of the various topics we speak about, while providing great tools to get you started on implementing a particular “control.” We also provide great tools such as: boilerplates, links to resources, policies, and procedures.

Below is a brief list of talks offered by infotex. Click the title link to view more detailed information on each type of talk.

Check out the IT Governance Tour for the current year’s schedule!

Standard One Hour Talks

50 to 75 minutes, depending on your needs

Top Five Trends in IT Auditing

Top Five Issues in Network Monitoring

Incident Response Testing

A Talk for Information Security Officers: Cybersanity While Watching for Sick Birds

A Talk for Directors: Cybersanity While Watching for Sick Birds

Teaching “Out of Wallet Questions.”

Cybersanity While Watching for Sick Birds

Cybersanity While Avoiding Sick Birds

Establishing the Security Culture

Transferring Risk: What IT and Operations Should Know about Insurance

Top Five Opportunities in IT Risk Assessing

Top Eight BYOD Controls

The Magnificent Seven

A Brief History of Change

Digital Money

CATO:  The New State Guidance

Shotgun!  The Marriage of the BYOD Policy with the MDM Configuration!

Bring Your Own What?  Managing Portable Devices Risk V 3.0!

The Four Promises (Managing Vendor Risk)

Vulnerability Management – Why Programs Fail and What You Can Do About It

Three Hour Seminars/Webinars

Customer Awareness Training

Information Technology Strategy

Management Awareness Training

Monitoring IT Risk

Redesigning Your IT Governance Program

Technical Security Standards

The Branchless Banking Program

The Simple IT risk Management Process

Eight Hour Workshops

Includes:

Governance Principles Non-Technical Management

Customer Awareness Training

Incident Response Planning

Monitoring IT Risk

Risk Management Program

Technical Security Standards – Tweak the Geek Speak

Technology Compliance Training

Note: These workshops are designed to be customized to your financial institution and delivered directly to your management team. We also provide these workshops at the Indiana Bankers Association from time to time.


Contact us for assistance with your training needs!


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