1547 Datacenters Beefs Up Compliance For 2017

Westchester County, New York-based 1547 Datacenters announced that it has completed both Service Organization Control 2, Type 1 and Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard version 3.1 compliance. As a part of the process, the Orangeburg facility was thoroughly audited to ensure high quality standards. Southwest-based accounting firm Weaver, completed the audit.

As a part of the compliance process Weaver examined the testing of control activities including physical security, operations and customer service, development and information technology organization, and risk assessment monitoring.

“This was a natural next step for us to provide customers with a location in Rockland County to store their most sensitive data,” Patrick Hynes, Co-Founder and Managing Partner of 1547 Datacenters said in a statement.  “Meeting these standards acknowledges our commitment to insuring our customers’ data is secure and meets compliance regulations.  As Rockland County continues to attract financial services customers, 1547 is well prepared to meet their regulatory and security needs.”

1547 Datacenters is the retail colocation division of 1547 Critical Systems Realty. With over 230,000 square feet of space and 24 megawatts of power, our Orangeburg datacenter is situated in Rockland County, NY, just 22 miles from midtown Manhattan.

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