Citicus announces Citicus ONE Multi-lingual Release 2.2

Citicus has launched a multi-lingual version of its award-winning web-based information risk and compliance management tool, Citicus ONE. The new Release 2.2 supports English (UK or US), Dutch, French, German and Japanese. This allows individuals responsible for an organization's information systems to complete risk assessments, generate management reports and develop remediation plans in their own local language.

The new development has been carried out in conjunction with one of Citicus' major customers in the insurance industry who are implementing Citicus ONE as the basis of their global information risk management process.

Citicus Managing director, Simon Oxley says, "Most of our customer have global operations and risk management activities which must extend out to people on the ground responsible for managing and supporting their critical information systems. Even where English is used as the corporate language, there's a great benefit in presenting our web-based risk and compliance evaluation forms and their associated results in a local language. This allows individuals to understand and engage fully with risk management issues and maximizes the effectiveness of the process".

About Citicus ONE

Citicus ONE is designed to help decision makers analyze and understand information risk so that they can focus investment and resources where they are most needed.

It enables organizations to:

  • measure the level of risk posed by its mission-critical, IT-based information systems
  • manage information risk down to the level acceptable to its top management
  • manage compliance with standards and regulatory requirements for information systems
  • manage risk and compliance reliably, efficiently and in a way that builds support from the business and from IT, risk management and information security professionals.

For more information contact:

Simon Oxley, Marco Kapp or Sian Alcock, Citicus Limited
Tel: +44 (0)20 7203 8405

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