Nine-Five-Circle (NFC) - Information Security Management System

Nine Five Circle (NFC) is an information security framework that supersedes both the ISO/IEC 27001, ISO/IEC 27002 and ISO/IEC 27005 due to its flexibility and indicates the necessities for the implementation of operational and information security enhancements. It also puts more emphasis on the measurement and evaluation of organization ISMS performance and outsourcing. The NFC also focuses on design, identification, and the mitigation of potential factors causing an overall hindrance to security-related policy compliance within an organization. Every potential factor that generates any hindrance is a cause of variation that should be addressed in the NFC context, unlike the ISO27000 where standards are designed for certain focus. For example, the ISO27001 is for building an IS foundation in an organization, the ISO 27002 is for the control implementation, and the ISO 27005 is for carrying out risk assessment and risk treatment. The NFC combines all these with a dynamic compliance process standard that involves:

A) awareness of the compliance regulation;
B) controlling integration; and
C) closing gaps.

Both the key factors and the central point prerequisites are enclosed in the control integration and close gaps dynamic. The NFC also enhances the interrelationship between technology and human factors and these are not seen in the context of ISO27000.

The implementation and enforcement of data security and information security compliance in general is problematic due to change. The ROHHAT legal system is based on the notion of data security and protection implementation. Many big and small organizations see NFC as a better alternative to ISO27001, 27002 and 27005 accreditation.


Nine-Five-Circle (NFC) - Cyber Crime Prevention Model

Preventing cyber crimes through holistic and tiered approach of the NFC to identify and intervene any cyber crimes in advance. NFC validates through Normality Test, Hypothesis Testing, Combined Hypothesis Testing, Multiple Samplings to the Central Limit Theorem and the Monte Carlo Method. NFC is used to design cyber attacks prevention strategies in the initial design phase to improve the performance of data security strategies and prevent cyber crimes.

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