Citicus ONE reviewed by Techworld

Techworld LogoCiticus ONE has been reviewed by Techworld - the prestigious, independent web-based IT resource.

Techworld's comments on Citicus ONE included:

"Brings procedural risk management out of the stratosphere and into the real world for the average business."

Standard Chartered adds Citicus ONE to information risk management toolset

Standard Chartered – one of the world’s leading international banks employing 30,000 people across 50 countries and 500 locations – is using the Citicus ONE web-based, automated risk management solution to monitor and drive down risk affecting global IT systems. The decision is part of Standard Chartered’s commitment to build an integrated, dynamic approach to information security and corporate governance driven by a better understanding of information risk across the business lifecycle.

Citicus appoints EPI USE Systems as its exclusive implementation partner in South Africa

UK company Citicus Limited has entered into an exclusive partnership agreement with EPI USE Systems (Pty) Limited to help businesses in South Africa to drive information risk down using its award-winning Citicus ONE risk management software.

Marco Kapp, co-founder of Citicus Limited says “We’re delighted to have teamed up with EPI-USE in South Africa. They recognise that businesses all over the world are coming under increasing pressure to get risk under control and that information risk is a key part of the equation.”

Citicus issues white paper on Sarbanes-Oxley compliance

The U.S. Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 is bringing about far-reaching reform of business practices, and sets challenging new standards for the accuracy, completeness and timeliness of financial reporting. Business, IT, or security staff concerned about the controls applied to IT-based information systems need to understand what the Act calls for. Conversely, teams engaged in achieving compliance with the Act need to understand the latest research about the controls applied to IT-based financial systems.

Citicus ONE wins major SC Magazine award

SC MagazineCiticus ONE - the information risk management tool from UK-based Citicus received a major industry award at this week's Infosecurity 2003 event. Simon Oxley, managing director of Citicus was presented with the prestigious Editor's Award at the SC Magazine Dinner in the Park Lane Hilton in London. The SC Magazine Awards are the leading information security accolades voted for by readers or selected by the expert panel of judges.

Citicus ONE receives five-star rating from SC Magazine

SC MagazineCiticus ONE has been reviewed in the May 2003 issue of SC Magazine and received an overall five-star rating.

The magazine's verdict on Citicus ONE was: "This product can help you take a big step in defining, prioritising and allocating your security resources and in documenting their real value to the company."

Citicus ONE nominated as a finalist in the Information Management Awards 2002

Citicus ONE, the web-based tool for managing information risk from Citicus Limited has been nominated as a finalist in the Information Management Awards 2002. Citicus ONE has been nominated in two categories: information security product of the year and product of the year.

Citicus' entry focuses on the business-oriented approach Citicus ONE takes to monitoring information risk across an enterprise and the tools it provides to key decision makers to help them manage the risks they face.

Citicus Limited joins forces with PricewaterhouseCoopers DA (PwC) and Scandinavian Business Security AS (SBS) in Norway to accelerate use of its groundbreaking risk management software in Scandinavia

UK company Citicus Limited has joined forces with PricewaterhouseCoopers and SBS to support businesses in Scandinavia seeking to implement its groundbreaking Citicus ONE risk management software.

Citicus ONE automates FIRM - the world’s most effective methodology for measuring and driving down the business risk of business application systems, computer installations, communications networks and other IT resources ‘going wrong’.