Plug-and-play management systems for scalable compliance. 

Simplify risk management and certification and increase trust in your organization.

Modules available:

Information Security Management System (ISMS)

The IRM360 management system gives you full visibility and control of an ISMS according to ISO 27001, and other standards that align with certification requirements. The system is already filled with key items such as measure templates, and standards frameworks allowing you to get started right away.

Privacy Information Management System (PIMS)

Through the PIMS integrated with the ISMS, you can control your AVG/GDPR requirements from the IRM360 management system. From the Dashboard, you have instant insight into the level of compliance with, for example, the GDPR or standards such as ISO 27701

Cyber Security Management System (CSMS)

From the CSMS, you can further protect your organization against cybercrime and test your systems for vulnerabilities.

Business Continuity Management System (BCMS)

With the integrated BCMS you can easily perform Business Continuity Assessments, register, and test continuity plans. From the Dashboard you have direct insight into the level of compliance with, for example, the ISO 22301 standard. The integration with the ISMS and BIA assessments prevents double work.

Of course, the IRM360 integral functionalities such as internal and external audits, risk register, declaration of applicability and management review are also available for the BCMS. If the management system measures are already in order from the ISO 27001 management system (ISMS), you do not have to set them up again, check them or perform an audit on them. You only need to focus on the ISO 22301 Annex A.

The BCMS is part of the IRM360 Pro license.

Risk awareness as part of your operations and integrated into your management systems (RAMS)

Standards such as ISO 27001 but also privacy legislation such as the GDPR structurally require demonstrable risk awareness. Various international studies have shown that most data breaches occur via Phishing attacks, as much as 93%. It is therefore crucial for good security to pay attention to this and make your employees the strongest link in security. With the IRM360 Risk Awareness Management System (RAMS), you can fully integrate risk awareness into the IRM360 Management Systems such as the ISMS management system for information security or, for example, the PIMS management system for privacy.

Control over quality and management system documentation (QMS)

Optimal support for setting up and controlling an ISO 9001 quality management system.

More and more organizations realize that managing risks is a combination of incident and complaint management, complying with laws and regulations, monitoring customer satisfaction, and achieving certifications. The context in which the organization operates determines what you need to focus on. Digitization ensures that there is a great deal of focus on information security and privacy, but quality management is a component of control for an increasing number of organizations.

To support these organizations, we have developed a set of management systems that can operate as stand-alone units or be integrated with each other. This prevents unnecessary “double” work, and an integrated approach reduces the chance and the consequences of risks. The QMS for quality management is such a system that can also be integrated with, for example, an ISMS system for information security.

The importance of financial risk management (FRMS)

CEO Fraud, phishing, ransomware, growing problems.

Companies are increasingly hit by CEO Fraud, also known as whaling. Various studies have shown that many employees in the financial administration department must deal with such attacks and in 75% of the cases, this had a business impact. Not all cases are known to limit reputational damage. In most cases, large sums of money were looted, financial data was lost, customers were lost due to the reputational damage incurred, or the employees involved were fired.

Cybercriminals are constantly looking for ways to exploit technical or human vulnerabilities. All modern means are used, from phishing mail, social engineering, posing as CEO, fake websites, hacking, etc. to strike the blow.