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Poznan, Poland – 9 October 2017 – Both data centers have successfully passed the ISO 27001:2013 audit. The standard defines requirements for data security management system implementation in a company. This is the second document to prove very high security standards of data storage at, following the Rated 4 ANSI/TIA-942 certification.

“We’d like the ISO 27001:2013 international standard we’ve just implemented to be recognised by our customers, partners, and shareholders as further confirmation of our reliability and professionalism”, says Bartłomiej Danek, Vice President of

The standard specifies 11 security areas, including security policy, system and network management, access control, continuity of operations management, and IT systems maintenance. Rated 4 ANSI/TIA-942 certificate first of all serves to prove professional technical preparation for data protection. Additionally, ISO 27001:2013 confirms that our company adheres to appropriate internal procedures and ensures data confidentiality, availability, and integrity – not only those of our customers, but those relating to business operations.

“Our approach to security is very thorough, which is why we’ve decided to implement the ISO 27001:2013 compliant data security management system. By doing so, we’ve secured our organisational structure by setting out specific measures each employee has to take, e.g. in case of information security incident,” sums up Danek.


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