UK company Citicus Limited has signed a unique agreement with the influential Information Security Forum (ISF) to deliver web-based automation for implementing the ISF's ground-breaking FIRM (Fundamental Information Risk Management) methodology. The deal gives Citicus worldwide, exclusive rights to develop the automation and commits Citicus and the ISF to actively promote the end-product: Citicus ONE.
UK company Citicus Limited today gave the go-ahead for its first collaborative development programme (CDP1). The aim of the programme is to develop a robust, Web-based version of the automation needed to implement FIRM (Fundamental Information Risk Management) - the ground-breaking methodology for managing information risk across an enterprise developed in conjunction with the Information Security Forum (ISF). The programme is supported by 15 leading enterprises from around the world.
Humberside Police is using Citicus' information risk management software - Citicus ONE - to help ensure the security of its essential and sensitive electronic data and IT systems. As well as helping to reduce downtime that could compromise operational crime prevention and detection, Citicus ONE is being used by Humberside Police to comply with the Association of Chief Police Officers' Community Security Policy (CSP) standard for information security that requires that a comprehensive risk assessment is carried out and maintained.