JBS collaborates with SI reps of 6 firms to create Security Reference for Microsoft Azure / Office 365 / Dynamics 365 aiding financial institutions adhering to the FISC Security Guidelines (9th edition)



On July 17, 2018, Japan Business Systems, Inc. (hereafter referred to as “JBS”) released a security reference* for financial institutions based on Microsoft Azure, Office 365, and Dynamics 365, co-edited by Mitsubishi Research Institute, Inc., JBS, Trend Micro Incorporated, Information Services International-Dentsu, Ltd., FIXER, Inc., Nihon Unisys, Ltd., and SCSK Corporation.

Although many businesses are increasingly utilizing cloud services, it is difficult for financial institutions and other large enterprises requiring systems based on strict security standards to do so, as they must also fulfill the conditions of the Center for Financial Industry Information Systems’ (FISC) “Security Guidelines on Computer Systems for Banking and Related Financial Institutions” (hereafter referred to as “FISC Security Guidelines”).

JBS has a proven track record in implementation and operation of systems for financial institutions, and is a Microsoft Azure, Office 365, and Dynamics 365 solutions provider demonstrating advanced know-how in all three platforms. JBS has executed that know-how in collaboration with other firms in preparing a Security Reference for Microsoft Azure, Office 365, and Dynamics 365 usage in accordance with the FISC Security Guidelines.
The Security Reference enables financial institutions and SI business individuals to develop and operate safe and reliable systems for financial institutions utilizing Microsoft Azure, Office 365, and Dynamics 365.

The Security Reference was created to encourage financial institutions, major corporations, and government entities to achieve cloud migration as a means of boosting work efficiency. JBS continues to promote business efforts that support cloud utilization.

  • Security Reference
    Survey of Microsoft Azure, Office 365, and Dynamics 365 to determine compliance with FISC Security Guidelines (9th edition: 26 control standards, 141 standards of practice, 137 equipment standards, and 1 auditing standard) and confirm SI business /user needs related to each platform.
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