maincubes AMS01 Data Center in Amsterdam Receives ISO 27001 Certification
The ISO/IEC 27001:2013 audits conducted by TÜV - a large independent auditor from Germany with more than 10,000 employees worldwide – has been done to ensure an effective, enterprise-grade protection of valuable data assets inside maincubes' AMS01 colocation data center in Amsterdam Schiphol-Rijk. maincubes had to prove to TÜV that they have proper controls in place to successfully protect customer data.
Compliance with the ISO/IEC 27001:2013 standard being achieved now allows maincubes to extend its existing ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certificate from maincubes Frankfurt, Germany (FRA01) to the maincubes' AMS01 data center in Amsterdam Schiphol-Rijk, the Netherlands. Next to that, TÜV has also successfully audited the maincubes headquarters in Frankfurt. It means that the whole maincubes organization is now certified according to the ISO/IEC 27001:2013 information security standard.
"As the CTO of maincubes I am pleased with TÜV's successful audit results and the achievement of the ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification for our new data center in Amsterdam Schiphol-Rijk,"
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Germany-based auditor TÜV has validated various information security related processes within the maincubes Amsterdam AMS01 organization. This includes: separation of duties, documentation of organizational processes, business continuity, security incident reporting, the handling and embedding of organizational knowledge, HR policies and procedures, and much more.
"We have invested more than 10 million euros in the re-development of our Amsterdam Schiphol-Rijk data center," said Joris te Lintelo, Director at maincubes. "We have chosen a smart cooling setup with Free Cooling technology in Amsterdam to achieve maximum energy-efficiency results. We have created ultimate power redundancy by using an N+1+1 setup for our generator infrastructure. We don't take any risk, that's to say. The same accounts for our organizational processes. Our German-engineered approach proactively calls for strict adherence to compliance with the highest information security standard, namely ISO/IEC 27001:2013."
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Joris te Lintelo expects that the 'German-engineered' approach combined with the ISO/IEC 27001:2013 information security certification being achieved will add to the attractiveness of the maincubes AMS01 colocation data center in Amsterdam Schiphol-Rijk as a premises whereto enterprises can hassle-free outsource their IT infrastructures.
"In Frankfurt FRA01 we already signed up two DAX-listed companies and some other high-profile customers, including customers active within automotive and telecommunications,"
"German-engineered doesn't mean inflexible by the way," added Te Lintelo. "On the contrary, as our colocation customers in Amsterdam as well as Frankfurt can practically choose whichever brand or data center setup they would like to have. This includes racks, aisle containment, power distribution, cabling management and much more."
Part of German construction conglomerate Zech Group and headquartered in Frankfurt am Main, maincubes has planned a roll-out of large-scale, redundantly engineered and highly secured data centers across Europe. Its current locations include Frankfurt, Germany and Amsterdam Schiphol-Rijk, the Netherlands. maincubes Frankfurt (FRA01) is filling up quickly, after maincubes signed up two DAX-listed companies. FRA01 has still free spaces. Their newly opened Amsterdam Schiphol-Rijk facility (AMS01) still has free space left including two private data center suites (1.7MW and 1.3MW).
To learn more about maincubes, visit their website: https://www.maincubes.com/
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