Upon completion of the Technical Audit Toolkit Workshop, infotex grants attendees permission to use these boilerplates and will turn over copyright of the resulting documents to your financial institution. By using any of the boilerplates, you signify agreement to the terms and conditions as contained in the Transfer of Copyright Agreement.
However, infotex in no way gives permission for you to share these boilerplates with any other financial institution, accounting firm, consulting firm, or other entity, other than as response to audit requests and other normal use of policy and procedure documents.
If you need more information, let us know!
Dan Hadaway, CRISC, CISA, CISM
Please keep in mind that you may need to make adjustments to the Excel documents due to differences in printer settings!
Links to Tools:
And for the boilerplates:
- All Documents In a .ZIP File: here.
- User Awareness Training Exercise
- Incident Response Team Comprehension Exercise
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