Security & Trust
ISO 27001:2013 accredited services delivered by UK-based, SC cleared and BPSS screened consultants
Trusted services from a UKAS ISO 27001:2013 certified provider
Working with our clients data requires a level of trust that has to be backed with demonstrable evidence of robust governance. ISO 27001:2013 is a mandatory requirement for many of our customers and N4Stack has chosen to certify under the rigourous UKAS certification.
Independent, regular external audits that review our control measures
A mature Information Security Management System that dovetails with our clients controls
A formalised approach to information security processes, procedures and documentation
SC Cleared DBA's
All our DBA’s hold goverment sponsored Security Clearance and are also screened through BPSS & Disclosure Scotland.
The DBA team have a wealth of experience to ensure both vendor and security best practice is adhered to.
We classify, label and handle any data we have access to in a customer environment as confidential regardless of content.
Our services are resilient across multiple datacentres and we regularly test our continuity processes.
Any secret credentials or passwords are only kept in a secured and encrypted password safe, controlled by audited governance.
Our operational services are in datacenters with perimeter fencing, 24/7 manned security, CCTV, ID Cards and IS27001 certification.
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