Cloud – Data – Security.
Trust is good, control is better. Our certified TIER 3 data centre meets all requirements.
Highest security for your data
- Server location in Germany
- Exclusive use of branded components
- Redundant fiber optic supply by different suppliers of the physical access lines
- Segmentation of the networks and strict separation of the different data streams
- Network monitoring by our own Network Operation Center
- Daily backup of own systems
- Use of firewalls at relevant network points
Safety on site
- Location Germany with the cities of Munich and Karlsruhe
- Detached building in a commercial area with commercial companies without industrial companies, no impairment by immissions
- No direct border development
- Unobtrusive location in an industrial park
- EMA with breakdown and hierarchies, contact-monitored door locks
- Biometric access control system with room monitoring via motion detectors and cameras
- Optimal protection against water, radiation, vandalism etc. due to its location on the 1st floor
- Outsourced technology parks
- Comprehensive grounding network and lightning protection according to VDE regulations with controlled low leakage resistance
- License plate control and identity card control
Information is of strategic importance in the value creation process. Therefore, effective management systems are needed that can guarantee practical and economical information protection at all times. This protection is provided, for example, by the globally recognized standard for information security management ISO/IEC 27001, to which our data center is certified.
Our data center acts according to ITIL guidelines, mainly in the areas of central service desk, execution of service requests, incidents and changes according to the operating manual.
RIPE, Réseaux IP Européens, is one of the five regional Internet Registries responsible for the registration, mapping and coordination of Internet resources (IPv4/IPv6 addresses, AS numbers) in Europe.
Our SSL certificate contains a public key and verified identification data. When a browser (or client) points to a secure website, the server shares its public key with the client to set up an encryption method and a unique encryption key for the session. The client confirms that they recognise and trust the issuer of the SSL Certificate.