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Infotex JaM!

Sunday April 8, 2018 1:00 PM to 1:58 PM

RSVP at the bottom of the page for this April 8th Event!

Attend one or both:

  • Jam! Afternoon (Workshops/Seminars) are from one to five pm. (optional)
  • Customer Appreciation Event starts at six pm and ends at ten pm.

The Infotex Jam

6:00   Jam Doors Open
6:30   Dinner

7 thru 10  The infotex JaM!

by Michael Kelsey!  (Check him out!)

Theme:  Awareness In All Directions!

1:00     Welcome, Dan and Stacey Hadaway
      Teaching Out Of Wallet Questions,  Dan Hadaway, – 20 minutes or so
1:25      Ambient Music Performance
1:30      The infotex Managed Security Services Development Roadmap, Michael Hartke – 20 minutes or so
1:50      The infotex CAT MAIT, Dan Hadaway – 10 minutes or so
2:00     Ambient Music Performance
2:05     The vCISO Concept,
Chris of Bedel Security – 30 minutes or so
2:35     Empathize, then Vigilize! An Awareness Exercise by Dan Hadaway – 10 minutes or so
3:45     Activating Awareness with Internal Social Engineering, Eric Kroeger of Virtual Innovation, 30 minutes or so
4:15       Ambient Music Performance
4:20      Enterprise Risk Management and TRAC
, Nick Podhradsky of Secure Banking Solutions – 40 minutes or so
5:00      Conclusions:  What Are We Aware Of?

Or we could just marvel at this link!

Note: the above schedule will (and already has) change between now and Jam Time!

5:00      Break

6:00      Jam Doors Open
6:30      Dinner

7 thru 10  The infotex JaM!

by Michael Kelsey!  (Check him out!)

. . . . oh, we already put that in there . . . .

*All times and such are tentative and subject to the musical whims of persons involved.

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By the way, the theme of the Jam Afternoon is centered around the notion that Awareness Training must Educate, Motivate, and Activate our awareness of threats, vulnerabilities, and controls.  It must be provided “in all directions” . . . . to the board, management team, technical team, users, customers, vendors, and academia.

  • Educate: through policy and procedure document appropriate practices.
  • Motivate: help users understand WHY a control, often the user, helps prevent a threat from exploiting a vulnerability.  This is done in many ways, including social engineering tests, comprehension quizzes, risk assessment presentations, etc.  It’s a constant battle.
  • Activate: put the user “on guard” . . . helping them be vigilant, diligent, and “aware.”  We can do this through warnings, alerts, and testing.

Let us know if you want to add anything, or would like to see something particular in any of the talks!

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