We look after ICT infrastructure that holds some of Australia’s most sensitive corporate and government data. So it is reassuring the extreme lengths we go to secure and fortify our facilities. From intruder detection technology, vehicle anti-ram barriers, extensive CCTV surveillance, sophisticated biometric scanning and multi-layer security measures, to permanent on-site security, there is no safer place to store your data than a Metronode data centre.
MULTIPLE ZONES AND CHECKPOINTS
SECURITY PERSONNEL ONSITE 24/7
CCTV AND INTRUDER DETECTION
FORTIFIED AGAINST INTRUDERS AND MALICIOUS ACTS
We go to great lengths to be anonymous. There is no signage on the outside of our data centres to let people know what’s inside and the non-descript concrete exteriors of each facilities give nothing away.
Perimeter security fencing, CCTV, intruder detectors and security guards protect facility compounds. Access is restricted to pre-authorised visitors and personnel only. Then visitors need to pass through two levels of security just to gain access to the secure visitor entry lobby from the street.
Your ICT infrastructure is protected by up to seven layers of security authentication within the facility, including biometric scanning devices, multiple zones and checkpoints, and physical locks that require key access that you control. Access to secure zones is available only to authorised personnel and is enforced by an access control system that requires secure codes and government-issued photo I.D.
Permanent security guards stationed within our advanced Gen 2 data centres control access to the facility at all times, provide around the clock surveillance and enforce Metronode’s strict security protocols. All security personnel are employed, trained and security cleared by Metronode.
We can provide solutions to meet a Secure Room standard to support classified and unclassified data. Our Security Construct & Equipment Committee (SCEC) endorsed consultants can ensure we meet the government’s strict Protective Security Policy Framework (PSPF) requirements for physical security and access control.
We regularly audit each of our facilities to identify any new security risks and then we take immediate steps to eliminate those risks using a global best-practice Protective Security Policy Framework. We also have achieved ISO27001:2013 Information Security Management certification and ASAE 3402 Assurance Report on Controls standard.
If you want to see just how seriously we take security book a personal tour. We have data centres across Australia so there is one near you.
Matt Porter, National Manager – Government, at Metronode, talks about protecting customer’s business critical data and why your information is in safe hands with Metronode.
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