We're very proud to announce our recent shortlisting for 'Best Use of Technology' in the Charity Times Awards for our work with the Leyton Orient Community Sports Programme (LOCSP).
Certified and trusted
As well as endeavouring to ensure the security and availability of your systems and data on a personal level, Databarracks works hard to achieve and maintain compliance with major regulatory bodies to bring you robust services from an accountable source, bringing peace of mind to the cloud.
Databarracks has been certified by the British Standards Institute (BSI) with the globally recognised standards of ISO/IEC 27001 and ISO 9001.
ISO 27001 defines the requirements for an Information Security Management System (ISMS), which includes a rigorous assessment of all aspects of risk to a company and the information it holds. It signifies that Databarracks has demonstrated it has the procedures in place to protect and safeguard the confidentiality, integrity and availability of any information it holds or processes, both internally and on behalf of its clients.
ISO 9001 is the world-recognised standard for a quality management system. It’s a framework that helps businesses improve customer satisfaction and staff motivation and requires that organisations have procedures and processes in place to promote continual improvement.
Cloud Industry Forum
Databarracks is a member of the Cloud Industry Forum (CIF), which has been championing best practices, transparency and standardisation among cloud serivce providers since 2009. As a member of CIF, Databarracks works other leading organisations within the industry to help raise awareness, educate the market and shape the future of the cloud service industry.
Code of Practice
Databarracks is also certified to the CIF Code of Practice, which is designed to empower consumers of cloud services to make better business decisions based on impartial information.
Cyber Essentials PLUS
Databarracks was the first commercial organisation in the UK to achieve the higher level of certification against the Cyber Essentials Scheme.
The Cyber Essentials Scheme is a Government-backed standard, developed by CREST, which provides businesses of all sizes with actionable advice and best practice to raise their minimum security controls to a good standard.
The scheme combines technical controls from a range of well-established standards such as the ISO/IEC 27000 series, the Information Security Forum's Standard of Good Practice for Information Security and the Standard for Information Assurance for Small and Medium Sized Enterprises.
Accreditation can be achieved either through a combination of self-assessment and external review, or through a more rigorous series of tests carried out by an external certifying body for the Cyber Essentials PLUS certification.