Verisec selects DigiPlex for data centre services.
The international IT security specialist Verisec has chosen DigiPlex as its Swedish data centre partner.
The international IT security specialist Verisec has chosen DigiPlex as its Swedish data centre partner. Verisec’s business is based on security with high integrity, which makes DigiPlex, the most secure commercial data centre in Sweden, an obvious choice.
Verisec works with innovative IT security and offers, among other things, the Freja e-ID service, a new mobile e-ID for companies, government agencies and organizations that will be used for secure login and digital signatures on the Internet. The service will be launched in autumn of 2017.
“Our business is based on security with very high integrity. It is crucial that our information is handled with the highest possible level of security. DigiPlex is Sweden’s safest data centre and was the obvious choice to host both our own data and that of our customers”, says Tony Buss, CTO at Verisec.
DigiPlex’s award-winning facility in Upplands Väsby is Sweden’s most secure commercial data centre. The first thing visitors encounter upon arrival is the high grade boundary fencing with dual perimeters and sterile zones, made even more secure with 24/7 surveillance. Once inside, visitors pass multiple layers of security including man traps, car traps and advanced camera surveillance systems. In addition, the ISO certified data centre is equipped with the very latest in fire protection to ensure data is always protected.
“We are delighted that Verisec has chosen us as their data centre partner for Sweden. Known for its high security awareness and strong reputation within the industry, we see this partnership with Verisec as a recognition of the quality of our services. More and more customers are considering the opportunity to outsource their data centre to a professional player. We’ve put security at the core of our DNA, which is why we are better placed than many customers to continually develop and strengthen data security,” says Gisle M. Eckhoff, CEO of DigiPlex.