Data Center Security
There are five levels of security required to gain physical access to securely hosted servers and equipment in our data center.
LEVEL 1: Our data center building is locked from public access. After filing a personal picture with the building access database and a ID verification, each customer will be issued an access card to gain entrance to the building. Each entry is computer logged.
LEVEL 2: Building Security Guards. Our data center building has security guard on duty 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Building security guards will check data center visitors and monitor building enviroments.
LEVEL 3: Biometric Hand Scanner. All Cybercon employees and customers are required to pass in order to gain access to our data center.
LEVEL 4: Once inside the data center floor, all server areas are protected by steel doors and Proximity Security Badge locks. The name, date, and time of every entry is computer logged and can be reviewed at any time.
LEVEL 5: Locked Cabinets are provided for secure hosted servers. Keys or access codes are required to open and access these cabinets. All keys and access codes are managed by our SMC staff.
In addition to five levels of physical access security, the entire data center is monitored 24×7 by security cameras and our on-site SMC staff. Cameras are positioned at every entrance, each and every rack isle and customer cage areas. All security cameras are recorded.
- Military-grade pass card access and biometric identification units provide additional security
- Security is independently verified by regular SSAE 16 Type II audits
- 24×7 on-premise security guards