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Kevin Goyen earns CISM designation

Kevin GoyenKevin C. Merchant, president and CEO of Jewett City Savings Bank, announced today that Kevin Goyen, the Bank’s information security officer, has earned the designation of Certified Information Security Manager (CISM).

The CISM designation is the globally accepted standard of achievement in the field of information security management. It reflects an individual’s proficiency in Information Security Governance, Information Risk Management and Compliance, Information Security Program Development and Management, and Information Security Incident Management. CISM candidates must have worked in the Information Security field for at least five years and must pass a demanding four-hour, 200-question examination.

An East Hampton resident, Goyen joined Jewett City Savings Bank in 1999 as a systems administrator. He was named technology manager in 2006, and promoted to customer information security officer the following year.

Goyen served in the U.S. Navy for 10 years as a naval air crewman, and performed anti-submarine operations. He became a Master at Arms 1st class during his second enlistment in the Navy. Following his military service, he utilized computer skills gained as a hobby to land an entry-level job as a field service technician, gaining network and server skills and experience prior to joining the Bank.

He is a graduate of Manchester (CT) Community College and, with a black belt in American Kenpo, works with students as an instructor at an area dojo.