We've also worked hard to achieve relevant business accreditations that signify our commitment to achieving the highest standards in our industry.
We understand how important it is for card providers, vendors and customers for payment card transactions to be made securely. We've made sure that all of UKFast's infrastructure employed in the processing of client payment card information meets with the exacting demands of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) - Level 4.
Our commitment to the worldwide security standard means UKFast Enterprise clients can be confident that payment card transactions meet the security requirements issues by the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council.
A specification for the management of information security, ISO 27001 addresses the security of information in whatever form it is held. The standard aims to "provide a model for establishing, implementing, operating, monitoring, reviewing, maintaining and improving an information security management system".
Certification to the ISO 27001:2005 standard means we have implemented a bespoke system across our entire business operation.
We've had to demonstrate that our daily operations allow us to store data accessibly but safely. The certification also proves that our actions display a level of security that reduces the risk of breaches in the confidentiality, integrity or availability of data to a minimum.
UKFast and UKFast Enterprise are certified to the environmental standards of ISO 14001- an internationally-recognised certificate awarded to organisations that manage their environmental responsibilities well.
We also monitor and measure greenhouse gas emissions as directed by the ISO 14064-1:2006(E) standard, along with guidance issued by DECC and Defra.
Our internal Quality Management System (QMS) is certified to ISO9001:2008 and is continually maintained and improved to make sure we meet, if not exceed, our clients' expectations.
In line with the certification, we also review and monitor our supplier performance to control the supply of quality products and services.
The Publicly Available Specification (PAS) 2060 for the demonstration of carbon neutrality was published in June 2010 by the British Standards Institution (BSI). It exists to help businesses reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, meet their environmental objectives and validate any claims they make about carbon neutrality.
Achieving this standard shows that UKFast and its sister companies have offset all CO2 emissions from its head office and data centre operations and the energy used by those who commute to work.
We believe our passionate and engaged team is at the heart of our success.
Our Investors in People accreditation demonstrates our ongoing commitment to developing our team and improving our business.
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