CIM was created in 2006 as a response to the 2004 Asian Tsunami. The ambition was to assist the Norwegian authorities when dealing with disasters and crises that had the potential to affect citizens and assets both at home and abroad.
CIM enables companies and organisations around the world to take care of its values and reputation before, during and after an incident.
CIM is a complete management system for security, preparedness and crisis management, incorporating all the processes from the bottom to the top of the resilience life cycle. Demonstrating its inherent flexibility and commitment to the core principles of incident and crisis management, the CIM system is used in organisations and blue-chip companies in demanding industries like energy production, offshore engineering, aviation, food production and transport etc.
Today CIM is used in over 100 countries and can boast in excess of 700 clients, and has become Norway’s nationwide crisis management system for the public sector, including police, healthcare, education, transportation, regional- and local authorities.
The first international contract was signed in 2007.
F24 AG has its headquarters in Munich, Germany. Along with its subsidiaries, it supports more than 2,500 companies and organisations in more than 100 countries around the globe as part of the daily communication of critical and confidential information or in the event of a crisis.
F24 AG was founded in 2000, and has subsidiaries in Zurich, London, Trondheim, Paris, Luxembourg-City, Madrid and Munich, along with its branches in Mexico-City, Santiago de Chile, Brussels, Vienna and Dubai. It has over 180 employees around the world, and supports over 2,500 customers worldwide