c.a.p.e. IT GmbH publishes security management module for KIX Professional ITSM System

(Chemnitz, 30/04/2018) Demands on IT departments in terms of data protection and security are constantly increasing. The German Federal Government’s KRITIS programme for the protection of critical infrastructures and the German IT Security Act give strict regulations. c.a.p.e. IT GmbH is specifically addressing these requirements by publishing the integration between verinice.PRO and KIX Professional, which was jointly developed with SerNet GmbH, Göttingen.

With the new security management module, the inventory database (CMDB) of the ITSM system will become more central to IT security management. This seamlessly integrates workflows for security management and IT service management. The IT service has data that the security officer needs, and the security officer in turn addresses tasks to the IT department. This will allow IT departments and security officers to face audits with peace of mind in the future. IT thus has the opportunity to be ITIL- and security-compliant at the same time.

You can experience and test the new security management module for KIX Professional 2017 live at CeBIT 2018 in Hannover, from 11–15/06/2018, at the c.a.p.e. IT GmbH stand E30 in Hall 15.

About the products:

Verinice.PRO is a comprehensive information security management system (ISMS) supporting the requirements of basic IT security and ISO 27001. Verinice also supports data protection providers in meeting the requirements of the German Data Protection Act (BDSG) and the EU GDPR. With the only open source ISMS, SerNet is the partner of the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) and has been providing support for basic security since 2006 for federal, state and local-government clients.

KIX Professional is a certified service system for professional IT and technical services. The software includes comprehensive functions for efficient, ITIL-compliant IT service management. It is open source and the ideal solution for medium and large service teams.

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