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In my world it is often difficult to talk about strategy and technology separately because they are so intertwined. Maybe that is true more than I realize but that is a topic for another day. The Lifecycle Marketing model provides a simple framework attract...
An A-Z Blueprint to Protect Your Business from Accidental & Malicious Information Security Threats
Written by by Jim Deitch
The title Hacked. Screwed. Gone. may appear to be a little crass, but the title clearly describes a hacker’s perspective. “I hack you. You are screwed. Then I’m gone, and you get to clean up the mess and deal with the consequences.” This book helps a Board, CEO, or senior executive exercise governance and oversight over a comprehensive information security approach for their organization. The book is rich in stories and anecdotes that look behind the headlines… and how executives can minimize the likelihood their organization will be ‘hacked’.
Jim Deitch was a Co-founder & Managing Director of American Home Bank
Over the past twenty years, Deitch has founded over two dozen companies, has served as CEO of four banks and President or CEO of a dozen other companies, including bank subsidiaries. Fluent in both finance and technology, Deitch builds scalability into companies to support and sustain profitable growth. He quickly makes tough decisions, and profitably executes a plan. Investors, customers, partners and employees appreciate Deitch’s common sense approach to success: focus, flexibility and speed of execution. Read More about Jim Now…
Deitch has published numerous articles in industry publications including Mortgage Banking Magazine, Secondary Marketing Executive, Builder/Architect, and various other trade periodicals. He is often quoted in American Banker, National Mortgage News and other publications.