Customers can use Keylight 2.2 to build a risk management program that conforms to ISO 3100 and ISO 27005, risk management frameworks established by the International Organization for Standardization. The platform now incorporates the Unified Compliance Framework’s update that includes ISO 31000 and ISO 27005 risk management documents, and the Standard Information Gathering Version 7.0 assessment.
“The Unified Compliance Framework was created to ease the burden for companies needing to demonstrate compliance with a multitude of regulations by eliminating redundancy and overlapping requirements,” Craig Isaacs, CEO of the Unified Compliance Framework said in a statement. He also said the new version of Keylight may simplify the risk management and compliance process.
Other new features in Keylight 2.2 include dashboards that may be configured for system or personal use, according to permissions, user access to Dynamic Content Framework records and compliance documents through workflow assignment fields, and a “Published” section for locating and viewing recently published documents.
-Stephanie Wright, Contributor
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