Early this year, the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI, Germany) released a new revision of the IT-Grundschutz Compendium. This outstanding event did not pass unnoticed for Information Security professionals, especially across EU. Below we prepared a quick update for the audiences not too much familiar with the IT-Grundschutz basics.
Infopulse released the SCM 5.0 version with the new IT-Grundschutz Edition 2019 integrated into the platform. If you are a cybersecurity professional based in German-speaking country, you will appreciate the availability to migrate to recently modernized IT-Grundschutz Standards and a new edition of IT-Grundschutz Compendium.
As organizations grow, their operational divisions become more isolated, where each group has its own set of objectives, priorities, and KPIs.
Ensuring business security and compliance requires a proper alignment of all operational divisions. The best-working alignment is attained when security objectives and priorities are driven through the mesh of Business Operations in the first place, other groups will follow.
As a partner of FNT Software – the event organizer, Infopulse will exhibit its newest software developments including the latest release of Standards Compliance Manager 4.0 tool.
Stepping into 2019, Infopulse is pleased to announce the release of 4.0 version of Standards Compliance Manager (SCM). The new release presents added or improved features enhancing user experience, in particular:
Effective and easy-to-use IT security management system based on the latest standards and regulations — from planning and establishing the security concept to certification.