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Do Your Due Diligence!

By Dan Hadaway | Thursday, August 12, 2010 - One Comment

Executive Summary

Exhibit 1:  Company Profile

  • Company History
  • Company Address
  • Ownership
  • Representatives
  • Security Team Bios, Certifications
  • Legal or Ethical Matters

Exhibit 2:  Information Security Considerations

  • Affidavit of Operations and Controls
  • Certificate of Insurance
  • Affidavit of Background Screening

Exhibit 3:  Client Control Considerations

This document, similar to “user control considerations” from a typical SSAE-16 SOC2 report, lets you know what infotex is relying upon you to have in place as a part of our security program.

 Exhibit 4:  Limitations of the System

A false sense of security is the worst kind of security, and so we’ve published this document to ensure you don’t have unrealistic expectations of a typical IPS/IDS and ELM system.

 Exhibit 5:  References

Ask to be added to our list!

 Exhibit 6:  Professional Profile

  • Professional Endorsements
  • Community Bankers Association of Indiana Endorsement Letter
  • Indiana Bankers Association Endorsement Letter
  • Indiana Bankers Association Reference Letter
  • Professional Affiliations

Exhibit 7:  SSAE-16 SOC2 Report

  • Data Center – nFrame

Exhibit 8:  Financial Statements

  • Five Year History Statement (2006 through 2011)
  • 2012 Year End Statements

 


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One Response to “Do Your Due Diligence!”

Comment from Dan Hadaway
Time 08/13/2013 at 8:46 am

If you are a Client (or in the process of joining us), please send a request to [email protected] and we’ll be sure to send you a protected Due Diligence Packet.

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