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New Employee Press Release

By Sofia Tafoya | Friday, April 21, 2017 - Leave a Comment

BUSINESS NEWS


 

New Employee for infotex.

infotex has just hired Chris Dietrich to be a new Data Security Analyst.
“We are excited to have Chris as part of our team here at infotex.”says Chad Smith, NOC Manager of the Firm. “We believe he will help us continue to exceed our Client’s expectations.”
“I am looking forward to the opportunity as well as the chance to learn from a talented crew!” Chris said.
Chris moved to Indianapolis from Greensburg, IN. He received associate degrees from Ivy Tech in Columbus in Information Technology, Software Development, and is currently pursuing an associate in Cyber Security Assurance. He has worked in various roles in Enterprise environments for the last five years, most recently as a Security Analyst. In his free time, he enjoys reading as well as seeing movies.
infotex is a Managed Security Service Provider 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 hospitals.


 

For questions, please contact:
Sofia Tafoya
Marketing Coordinator
[email protected]infotex.com


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