PCI Compliant Data Centers
If your company is storing, transmitting or processing any credit cardholder data, make sure the data center that hosts your data meets PCI compliance. Our PCI compliant hosting can provide the physical, environmental, network and infrastructure security you need to protect sensitive cardholder data and meet PCI DSS compliance standards.
PCI-compliant physical security
Our physical security means only authorized personnel have limited access to clients’ private locked racks, suites, and cages. Security administration is also required for each client with dual-identification control access to the data centers and colocation racks. We maintain environmental control with 24/7 monitoring, logged surveillance, and multiple alarm systems to alert us to any disruptions.
PCI-compliant network wecurity
Sensitive infrastructure, such as managed dedicated servers, cloud servers, power and network infrastructure are also protected by restricted access. Our redundant routers, switches, and paired universal threat management devices meet PCI compliance requirements to protect sensitive information on our network. With a Virtual Private Firewall or Dedicated Firewall, our Intrusion Detection Service (IDS) can pinpoint any security breaches and notify us immediately for responsive action.
PCI-compliant technical security
Find out what your security toolkit should include and which components you need to fulfill PCI compliant hosting requirements. From Daily Log Review to File Integrity Monitoring (FIM), you need each security service to guard against online attacks and secure your cardholder data. Read about PCI Technical Security Services.
As your managed data center operator, we never access your sensitive data; we only provide a secure infrastructure and high availability hosting within SAS 70, SSAE 16 (SOC 1) and SOC 2 audited facilities.
To ensure uninterrupted availability of protected information, our fully redundant networks and power are built for automatic failover, guaranteeing your critical data and applications are always accessible. Our Michigan data centers are interconnected by Gigabit fiber and located 52 miles apart with multiple Internet Service Providers (ISPs), providing an ideal infrastructure for data backup and disaster recovery plans, meaning your cardholder data will be recoverable even in the event of a disaster.