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By Vigilize | Monday, March 20, 2000 - Leave a Comment

 

infotex has been our auditor for many years now. Not only do they exceed any normal expectations a financial institution should have for a good IT auditor, but they also proved starting points, consult with us throughout the year, ensure that we receive value from each and every audit, and most importantly assist the bank in being ready for exams.

 

We use infotex for pretext calling and physical breach testing. We have found them to be professional and very good at what they do, delivering results that have helped us pinpoint realistic areas of improvement. Their reporting is thorough and very useful, and they always bring value to the engagement!

 

infotex is our managed security service provider, providing IPS/IDS and event log management services, and managing our SIEM. We are very pleased with the way infotex watches our network, their reporting is meaningful, and they are always willing to help. We utilized a competitor’s product for a few years, but I never garnered the actionable information from the system like we are getting from infotex .

 

infotex  is our managed security service provider.  We use them for IPS/IDS, event log management services, and managing our SIEM.  We have worked with a variety of security companies; infotex  services have been a better value and a better experience. infotex  does the hard work of ingesting vast amounts of information and then returning it to us in a manner that is succinct, pertinent, and easy to understand.  Their staff is wonderful to work with and has provided us with many custom alerts and reports to meet our specific needs.   Meetings are productive exchanges of ideas and learning. Some vendors talk about being a partner to your business,infotex  lives it.

 

We recently had infotex come to our Operations Office in LaGrange to conduct our Incident Response testing. We involved a lot of very busy management team members in the test, including our Board Chairman who is also our bank attorney. I have heard nothing but good comments from everyone that attended the test. Their comments are on how productive the day went, and how much they appreciated the visit. The process was great for training and awareness and everyone learned a lot. We definitely have some good takeaways, and our executive team found it well worth the time.

 


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