Plain and simple, you cannot risk having your data being stored in a facility with sub-par protection. As technology advances, the threats that endanger your data are only becoming more elusive and damaging.
Fibernet strives to stay ahead of cyber threats and continuously updates its security parameters. We are confident in saying we provide premium grade security for all of our clients. We are consistent in providing the most up-to-date data protection software and are watching out for any threat 24/7.
It is tempting to shirk off data security saying with the old “it happens to others but won’t happen to me” adage. But think of it as you would fire insurance; you will never regret not buying it until it’s too late. You cannot risk having your mission critical data compromised. You will have much more confidence in your business knowing your information is guarded with the best security measures on the market. Don’t settle for anything less than the strongest security.
Your information is just as valuable to us as it is to you. We will stop at nothing to make sure that data stays safe and secure. You can rest assured your precious data will remain uncompromised and preserved from all the threats and online dangers you hear about.
PCI stands for the Payment Card Industry, a group of top credit card companies, such as Visa, Mastercard, and Discover, who established a set of rules for companies dealing with credit card transactions. The standards measure how well a company protects your financial information. Should a business reach these standards, the PCI deems them as reputable or “compliant with these standards.” Fibernet is PCI compliant.
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) was instituted by the PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) to strengthen credit card data security among merchants worldwide.
The PCI SSC was formed in 2006 by the five major credit card companies (AMEX, Discover, Visa, MasterCard, and JCB International) to combat the growing threat of identity theft and cyber crime with a standardized set of protocols for merchants, called the PCI DSS. A company is deemed “PCI Compliant” when it meets these standards and receives certification from a PCI accredited auditor. Fibernet became PCI Compliant in 2009 and has maintained its certification ever since.
PCI has six objectives:
- Network Security: The network is protected from outside threats or corruption.
- Protected Credit Card Processing: Cardholder data is stored and transmitted securely.
- Invulnerable Infrastructure: Access to data is controlled and selective.
- Secure Data Access Policies: The network is protected from outside threats or corruption.
- Strong System Security: The system is regularly scanned and closely monitored for security breaches.
- Employee Security Awareness: Company-wide information security policies are present and enforced.
- Electronic transactions
- Security processes
- Privacy controls
Any company processing or storing credit card information must be compliant with the PCI DSS or be subject to hefty fines as well as the daily risk of a security breach. By performing annual audits to maintain compliance, merchant companies can stay a step ahead of identity thieves and cyber criminals, who are constantly adapting their tactics to exploit weak or outdated systems and procedures. The PCI SSC strives to stay up-to-date with the most current threats and implements defenses across the board by evolving the PCI standards and offering newer tools and strategies.
By choosing a PCI compliant company like Fibernet, you can be sure that your data is stored in a location that has been evaluated and approved by a third-party auditor.
SSAE 16 SOC1 Type II Certified
SSAE 16 SOC1 Type II audit ensures that the proper controls and procedures meet the industry standard for a data center facility and operator. Fibernet is a SSAE 16 SOC 1 type II Certified data center provider.
SSAE 16 Audit
SOC 1 Type II reports require a year of continual adherence.
SOC 1 Type II attesters review the financial controls maintained by a company.
A SOC 1 Type II report is an analysis of a service organizations financial security controls, and examines the quality, security, and reliability of the organization’s practices in relation to the SOC 1 criteria.
Medical practitioners understand the importance of complying with HIPAA standards to protect the privacy of their patients data.
Becoming compliant with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) isn’t just a hoop to jump through – it’s a process that when properly completed ensures data safety and privacy.
To help you achieve HIPAA compliance and to fortify you and your patients against vulnerabilities, we offer secure hosting solutions that meet all of HIPAA’s data security requirements. Additionally, we’ve compiled information you’ll need to make sure all of your practice’s controls are up to HIPAA standards in the following areas:
Fibernet has all of our information systems and work flow processes documented for your records to ensure that you can provide documentation proving your HIPAA compliance.