Greatresponder.com on Nov 05, 2012: Web hosting Atlantic.Net,announced that it has achieved SSAE 16 (SOC 1) Type II certification for its data center. This certification, an internationally recognized standard developed by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the recognized mark of IT service quality, effectively replaces SAS 70 Type II, Atlantic.Net’s previous certification.
Independent accounting firm, Reckenen, Inc., performed an attestation of Atlantic.Net’s colocation data center facilities that included controlled environment, physical security, logical security, and computer operations. Atlantic.Net was awarded Type II certification, which is more comprehensive than Type I, to reflect the auditor’s judgment on how efficiently controls functioned during the defined one-year examination period.
“The renewal of this independent third-party certification reflects our continued commitment to operate at the highest standards and demonstrate to our clients that the security of their information and equipment is paramount to us,” said Brett Haines, Director of Operations for Atlantic.Net. “The controls used during the SSAE 16 re-certification process allow us to provide peace of mind to our clients so they can concentrate on growing their business.”
Atlantic.Net is a market-leading hosting solutions provider renowned for offering exceptional infrastructure as a service, simplifying complex technologies, and building a brand businesses have trusted since 1994. Serving as a trusted advisor to the global community with its innovative, industry-specific hosting solutions, the company is dedicated to implementing custom-tailored technology that enables organizations to enjoy cost savings that reinvigorate their bottom lines. Atlantic.Net operates SSAE 16 Type II audited and certified hosting solutions platforms to assist businesses around the globe with advanced IT services including cloud hosting and virtualization. To learn more, please visit www.atlantic.net.
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