ISO 27001 is the international standard related to information security management systems. The standard has been designed to allow an organisation to assess and analyse potential risks, and implement the appropriate controls to protect against loss of information assets. Customer confidence and company integrity can be maintained and improved through correct implementation of this standard.
The ISO 27001 Information Security certification helps MIGSOLV to:
ISO 9001 is the internationally recognised Quality Management System (QMS) standard that can benefit any size organisation. Designed to be a powerful business improvement tool, ISO 9001 Quality Management certification helps MIGSOLV to:
With the increasing demand for businesses to be greener, environmental management is a key focus for MIGSOLV.
Putting an environmental management system (EMS) at the heart of our organisation’s operations helps us to meet environmental regulations, and improve efficiency and environmental performance. The ISO 14001 Environmental Management certification helps MIGSOLV to:
Cyber Essentials is a Government and industry backed scheme to help organisations protect themselves against common online security treats. The Cyber Essentials scheme identifies fundamental technical security controls that an organisation needs to have in place to help defend against Internet-borne threats. Cyber Essentials certification helps MIGSOLV to reassure customers that we are committed to cyber security.
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard is a legal requirement for payment card processing. You can process and transmit cardholder data safe in the knowledge we exceed the level required to protect your customers.
We regularly invite The National Counter Terrorism Security Office to review security at The Gatehouse data centre. Their latest report said ‘It is evident that MIGSOLV is a business that considers security as one of its main priorities and the author would like to congratulate MIGSOLV for having comprehensive plans and procedures in place.’
The Code of Conduct for Data Centres is a voluntary initiative, with the aim to inform and encourage data centre operators to reduce energy consumption in a cost-effective manner without decreasing mission critical data centre functions.
As a previous winner back in 2012, MIGSOLV continuously monitor energy consumption and implement new best practices in order to look for continual improvement in energy efficiency.