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The 2016 IT Governance Tour!

By Michael Hartke | Friday, January 22, 2016 - Leave a Comment

Workshops and Conferences in 2016 and 2017!


Note:  all dates are tentative!

Wanna know where infotex is going to be teaching this year? Scroll to the bottom for the latest, check out the top for movies of where we’ve already been!  Let us know which topics you would like to see!

02/10/16 @ 9AM – FREE Webinar –
How to Review the SOC One or Two!
Watch Recorded Webinar (Encore Presentation from 06/16/16)

03/17/16 @ 1PM – FREE Webinar –
Data Flow Diagramming
Watch Recorded Webinar

03/24/16 @ 9AM – Workshop at the Indiana Bankers Association – 
Cyber Compliance . . . . the Most Common Deficiencies and What to Do about Them!

04/08/16 @ NOON – 5:00PM Jam Afternoon (seminars)

04/08/16 @ 6:00PM – Infotex Jam (Customer Appreciation Event)

04/12/16 @ 10AM – FREE Webinar 
Incident Response in the World of CAT Domains Two, Three and Five
Watch Recorded Webinar

05/11/16 @ 2PM – FREE Webinar –
CAT NIP – Drilling Down on the CAT Incident Response Statements
Watch Recorded Webinar

06/16/16 @ 9AM – Encore Presentation: FREE Webinar –
How to Review the SOC One or Two!
Watch Recorded Webinar

07/14/16 @ 9AM – Workshop! 
Indiana Bankers Association – Building Your Incident Response Program

07/19/16 @ 9AM – FREE Webinar –
Cyber Insurance – The Questions that You Should Ask When You Transfer Technology Risk!
Watch Recorded Webinar

08/23/16 @ 9AM – FREE Webinar – 
Awareness in All Directions
Watch Recorded Webinar

09/09/16 @ 9AM – FREE Webinar –
Disaster Planning Meets Awareness Training Meets Risk Monitoring
Watch Recorded Webinar

09/22/16 @ 9AM – Workshop Northeast Indiana Credit Union League Chapter –
Incident Response and the Cybersecurity Assessment Tool 
(September 22 Chapter Meeting Flier) . . . . all credit unions and banks are welcome to attend.

10/13 and 14/16 – Conference –
Indiana Bankers’ Association Cybersecurity Conference in Indianapolis!

10/26/16 @ 9AM – FREE Webinar –
Technology Planning
Watch Recorded Webinar

11/16/16 @ 9AM – FREE Webinar –
Training Your Incident Response Team – The CAT MAIT Almanac

12/07/16 @ 9AM – Workshop –
Indiana Bankers Association – Simplifying Your Vendor Management Program

01/17/17 @ 9AM – FREE Webinar –
Cyber Insurance – The Questions that You Should Ask When You Transfer Technology Risk! –
Register Today!

 

Ideas for First Quarter 2017

  • Network Monitoring Tools
  • Training your Incident Response Team
  • A training webinar FOR your incident response team
  • More on Insurance
  • T-7 Top Seven Trend Articles

Tell us which ones you prefer at [email protected]

 

 


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