The latest version of the Citicus ONE risk and compliance management tool provides a unique capability to triage information systems and other assets, enabling users to specify and prioritize further risk management activities.
The triage approach builds on Citicus ONE's popular method of assessing criticality of assets and combines this with user-specified parameters to assign assets to different triage levels. The assigned triage level can then be used by Citicus ONE to automate the risk management disciplines and actions appropriate for each asset.
This major new feature adds to other governance, risk and compliance capabilities recently introduced by Citicus into its award-winning software, including:
Extensive e-mail-integrated workflow capabilities automating key parts of the risk management lifecycle
Interactive risk and compliance reports proving decision makers at all levels with the information and metrics they need to manage risk down
A user interface that slashes the learning curve for new and infrequent participants in the risk and compliance management process
New specialized control standards including PCI-DSS V3.0, COBIT 5, ISO27001:2013 and the Information Security Forum Standard of Good Practice 2013.
The new capabilities are also available in Citicus' software for risk management of industrial control systems physical sites, suppliers and other asset classes.
"Our new software release delivers capabilities that are hot buttons for our customers. Efficiency of the risk management process is always an important issue, but particularly so in time of severe resource constraints. The ability of Citicus ONE to help organizations prioritize activities in line with objective assessment of risk is a major contribution to reducing the increasing costs of compliance and risk initiatives."
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