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Austin-based 360factors, a cloud-based governance, risk and compliance software company, has created a North American Electric Reliability Corp. (NERC) compliance software called PREDICT360.

The company says the solution will help utility organizations create and maintain cybersecurity software that ensures new cyber assets and changes to existing assets are not left vulnerable, as well as streamline compliance business processes and management systems and align an organization's standards and regulations with NERC.

The PREDICT360 software helps companies implement internal controls models that will allow them to comply with reliability standards along with their various multi-regulatory compliance issues across all necessary departments through cloud-based applications, 360factors adds.

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