Globe Data Centers holds three ISO certifications for data and information security. | Globe tries to deliver outstanding service to its customers, and its Data Centers have gained three ISO accreditations, ensuring that clients have the best experience possible through management system implementation and in-place security safeguards.
ISO 9001 for Quality Management System, ISO 27001 for Information Security Management System, and ISO 20000-1 for IT Service Management System are among the accreditations.
Globe Data Centers alleviates enterprises’ concerns about day-to-day operations by providing leased managed spaces in a clean, controlled, and secure environment for mission-critical servers and IT equipment.
Companies that demonstrate excellence and embody best practices in IT management are given these worldwide IT standard certifications. Globe’s customers can be certain that the company’s business practices are consistent and successful when it comes to offering and hosting ICT services.
“Globe understands the value of data and information security to its customers and partners. We can guarantee our clients that our operations are aligned and comply with best practices to minimize the risks connected with data management by using multiple effective management systems,” said Anton Bonifacio, Globe Chief Information Security Officer.
Globe Data Centers’ process excellence is built on the foundation of ISO 9001. Being accredited in this area assures that Globe’s products and services are well-managed and consistently satisfy the demands and expectations of customers.
The company’s main Data Center has also received ISO 20000-1 accreditation for information technology service management and ISO 27001 certification for information security management.
Aside from ISO certifications, Globe also got PCI DSS certifications, which assures that firms maintain a safe environment for any transactions involving the transmission of credit card information.
Globe has also been awarded ISO 22301 for Business Continuity Management System, ISO 14001 for Environmental Management System, and ISO 45001 for Occupational Health and Safety under the Integrated Management System (IMS).
All of these efforts are part of the telco’s bolstered strategy to handling sensitive enterprise data in the country’s transition to a completely digital and fully secure enterprise community. The corporation is a major supporter of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, particularly SDG 9, which emphasizes the importance of infrastructure and innovation as drivers of economic growth and development. Globe is dedicated to supporting the ten principles of the United Nations Global Compact as well as the ten UN Sustainable Development Goals.