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The Magnificent Seven (2021) . . .


Seven Trends that small bank Information Security Officers face in 2021 Another one of those Dan's New Leaf Posts, meant to inspire thought about IT Governance . . . .
Welcome to the Magnificent Seven, my annual predictive article about the seven trends in technology that will impact the Information Security Officers of small banks (under five billion in assets).  My intent: help you organize your thoughts for the upcoming year. So, what issues do we think Information Security Officers will tackle in 2020? M-7 Trend #7:  A perennial trend:  Address the Top Seven Risks . . . an annual list we make that we call R7 . . . which are the top seven risks that the typical community based banks face.  And, by the way, one easy way to start addressing them is to present our R7 list to your board of directors. M-7 Trend #6: a new trend:  Trend Name Here . . . We’re starting to see what we’ve been predicting all along:  examiners and auditors “ever-evolving expectations” are now in checklists.  Meanwhile, we have been furthering the cause of getting real value from “graphic thinking,” and Dan has already “cut” two webinar-movies related to our “ever-evolving-reaction” to the expectations.  For one, Dan is finding that if we can diagram a few processes, and not just data flows, the time spent will reap even more value than the “management awareness” of data flow diagramming.
  • infotex article or article review
M-7 Trend #5:  Trend Name Here . . . We’re starting to see what we’ve been predicting all along:  examiners and auditors “ever-evolving expectations” are now in checklists.  Meanwhile, we have been furthering the cause of getting real value from “graphic thinking,” and Dan has already “cut” two webinar-movies related to our “ever-evolving-reaction” to the expectations.  For one, Dan is finding that if we can diagram a few processes, and not just data flows, the time spent will reap even more value than the “management awareness” of data flow diagramming.
  • infotex article or article review
M-7 Trend #4:  Trend Name Here . . . We’re starting to see what we’ve been predicting all along:  examiners and auditors “ever-evolving expectations” are now in checklists.  Meanwhile, we have been furthering the cause of getting real value from “graphic thinking,” and Dan has already “cut” two webinar-movies related to our “ever-evolving-reaction” to the expectations.  For one, Dan is finding that if we can diagram a few processes, and not just data flows, the time spent will reap even more value than the “management awareness” of data flow diagramming.
  • infotex article or article review
M-7 Trend #3:   Trend Name Here . . . We’re starting to see what we’ve been predicting all along:  examiners and auditors “ever-evolving expectations” are now in checklists.  Meanwhile, we have been furthering the cause of getting real value from “graphic thinking,” and Dan has already “cut” two webinar-movies related to our “ever-evolving-reaction” to the expectations.  For one, Dan is finding that if we can diagram a few processes, and not just data flows, the time spent will reap even more value than the “management awareness” of data flow diagramming.
  • infotex article or article review
M-7 Trend #2:  Trend Name Here . . . We’re starting to see what we’ve been predicting all along:  examiners and auditors “ever-evolving expectations” are now in checklists.  Meanwhile, we have been furthering the cause of getting real value from “graphic thinking,” and Dan has already “cut” two webinar-movies related to our “ever-evolving-reaction” to the expectations.  For one, Dan is finding that if we can diagram a few processes, and not just data flows, the time spent will reap even more value than the “management awareness” of data flow diagramming.
  • infotex article or article review
M-7 Trend #1:  Trend Name Here . . . We’re starting to see what we’ve been predicting all along:  examiners and auditors “ever-evolving expectations” are now in checklists.  Meanwhile, we have been furthering the cause of getting real value from “graphic thinking,” and Dan has already “cut” two webinar-movies related to our “ever-evolving-reaction” to the expectations.  For one, Dan is finding that if we can diagram a few processes, and not just data flows, the time spent will reap even more value than the “management awareness” of data flow diagramming.
  • infotex article or article review
 
Original article by Dan Hadaway CRISC CISA CISM. Founder and Managing Partner, infotex

“Dan’s New Leaf” is a “fun blog to inspire thought in the area of IT Governance.”

 
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