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Note: all dates are tentative and are in Eastern time zone (EDT/EST)!


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Full 2020 Schedule

MARCH 3 and 5
9:30AM - 3:00PM

Infosec Day

Is a day in March 2020 where three banking specialists share information about current trends in information security and risk management for banks. And it is all FOR FREE!
WHERE:
March 3rd, Chesterton Indiana
Sand Creek Country Club
1001 Sand Creek Dr, Chesterton, IN 46304

March 5th, Richmond Indiana
Forest Hills Country Club
2169 S 23rd Street Richmond IN 47374

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Infosec Day Chesterton

Infosec Day Richmond

MARCH 17
10 AM

Drawing a Mortgage Loan Process in PowerPoint
Short

A question we are often ansked: what medium should we use for data flow diagrams? Visio? One of the many free on-line tools?
We are now convinced of the answer. PowerPoint. In this webinar short Dan will explain why.

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APRIL 21
10 AM

Incident Response Diagramming
Short

With the renewed interest in data flow diagrams we would like to present a type of drawing that would not technically qualify, and yet will bring as much value (if not more) than any data flow diagram: Your incident response process. Using a diagram to illustrate your process helps keep people on the same page during an incident. This is actually the process diagram infotex is using to design our “Incident Response Wizard.”

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MAY 19
10 AM

The Three Teams in the SIEM Process
Short

You’ve heard it from every MSSP you’ve met: the definition of a SIEM is in the eye of the beholder. But at infotex, we are not talking about the database – an asset whose definition is continuously evolving. We’re talking about the way three teams collaborate in an overall Technology Risk Monitoring process. And whether you use infotex or a different MSSP, this approach will still be in place.

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JUNE 16
10 AM

The Network Support Provider Review Checklist
Short

Small banks who outsource network support have a conundrum on their hands: How do we ensure proper due diligence on a critical vendor, with possession of information, that cannot afford the standard audit regime? This webinar short attempts to answer that.

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JULY 21
10 AM

Down and Dirty Vendor Management
Webinar-Movie (Rerun)

A rerun: Based on what Dan is finding in reviews of several audits where Clients talked us into accepting shortcuts, Dan will review at least three five seven far-reaching shortcuts (that your auditor and/or examiner MAY agree with).

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AUGUST 18
10 AM

Incident Response for Directors
Short (Rerun)

You are ready to bring your board on board . . . the incident response process. Incident Response for Directors is the movie meant to play directly to your directors. It is the “movie within a movie” from the webinar, called Teaching Incident Response to your Board meant for ISO’s . . . if you have not watched that, you may want to (it includes this movie).

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SEPTEMBER 15
10 AM

Vulnerability Management for Directors
Short (Rerun)

Our Board Awareness Training program continues with this movie, entitled Vulnerability Management for Directors, that can be presented directly to your board of directors.

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OCTOBER 20
10 AM

Technology Planning
2020 Update

Our annual webinar on the subject will be focused on a simplified process for small institutions, and provide starting point boilerplates for documentation. Feel free to invite your entire technology committee!

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NOVEMBER 17
10 AM

Teaching Out of Wallet Questions
Movie out of a Movie

One of the highest likelihood attacks we face as community-based banks is the pretext call. Resolving the issue is both difficult and time-consuming. This webinar, which will be the basis of a movie meant for all users, will define the problem, the solution, and (for ISOs) how we can teach our employees to implement the solution. This is another of our Movie Within a Movie Webinars, where the longer webinar is meant to help ISOs understand what to do with the shorter movie (see next.)

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NOVEMBER 18
10 AM

Asking Out of Wallet Questions
Movie Within A Movie

Do you know how to prove a caller is who they say they are, before giving them sensitive information?

Let’s say it another way: Do you know how to identify telephone callers by asking what the regulators call “Out of Wallet Questions?”

This movie is meant to teach all bank employees how to ask Out of Wallet Questions, and why using them is so important to our customers’ financial health.

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DECEMBER 15
10 AM

The Change Control Procedure
Short

The world has changed; we need to document it. We’re taking our patch management programs to a new level while calling it Vulnerability Management. Let’s document it! And while most auditors don’t know what to look for, YET, in a change management program, let’s document what we have BEFORE they do! A webinar short.

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To Be Announced

What to expect in an infotex tabletop test
2020 Update

This presentation is intended for those who are planning to participate in an infotex incident response test. Please let us know what questions you have, when we have our Plan Walkthrough and Test Plan Approval meeting!

To Be Announced

As Simple as it SIEMs: Technology Risk Monitoring for Banks
2020 Update

Update: Having worked as the MSSP of choice for several school corporations since 2003, infotex has developed a posture approach that will ensure our number one deliverable:

“Our Clients Sleep at Night.”

Dan will review why a school corporation should be using a SIEM, what a SIEM actually is . . . . and then the fun begins as we walk through a SIEM in action and discuss tuning processes.

To Be Announced

Testing Your SIEM part Deux
2020 Update

Update: All our eggs are in one basket now, and we’re watching that basket. Or are we? Now that we have fully deployed a SIEM how do we make sure that the SIEM is indeed functioning properly? This session will deliver a test plan that we can implement independent of our auditors. This is an update to our movie, with new test methods.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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