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HORUS 360º iOMS provides a robust and secure solution for managing both physical and cyber threats. The software ensures efficient and effective operations while maintaining the highest level of security and data integrity. 

The solution was designed in accordance with international best practices and the recommendations of the IJIS Institute and the CTA Corrections Technology Association’s “Common Business Functions for Correctional Management Systems”. 

HORUS 360º iOMS is compliant with the main applicable national and international recommendations and standards, including, but not exclusively:

  • The “Title 15 Minimum Standards For Local Detention Facilities”;
  • Data protection regulations;
  • Recommendations on the use of Artificial Intelligence in Criminal Justice regulations;
  • And the Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Security Policy Version 5.9 06/01/2020 or the latest version.   

Regulatory Compliance

Artificial Intelligence

  • European ethical Charter on the use of Artificial Intelligence in judicial systems and their Environment.
  • European Parliament resolution with recommendations to the Commission on a framework of ethical aspects of artificial intelligence, robotics and related technologies (2020/2012(INL) European Parliament resolution of 20 October 2020 with recommendations to the Commission on a civil liability regime for artificial intelligence (2020/2014(INL)).
  • Coordinated Plan on Artificial Intelligence 2021 Review.
  • European Parliament resolution of 20 January 2021 on artificial intelligence: questions of interpretation and application of international law in so far as the EU is affected in the areas of civil and military uses and of state authority outside the scope of criminal justice (2020/2013(INI)).

Data interchange and Security Policies

  • FBI/Criminal Justice Information Services Security Policy.
  • EU Regulation on the e-CODEX system (European digital infrastructure for secure cross border communication in the field of justice).

International Judicial Cooperation

  • Directive (EU) 2016/680 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016
  • Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and the Council of 27 April 
  • Framework Decision (2018/1725) 
  • Framework Decision 2009/829/JAI 
  • Framework Decision 2008/909/JAI 
  • Framework 2008/947/JAI