Data Center Security Standards

Operating reliable, secure data centers is the foundation upon which CoreSite was built.

Operating reliable, secure data centers is the foundation upon which CoreSite was built.

Secure Data Centers That Leave Nothing to Chance

We maintain the highest level of physical security with security-trained personnel who are on-site 24x7x365. Security personnel are trained in best-in-class processes and procedures and cutting-edge technology, all of which establish a platform that enables our customers to meet their information security objectives. We test our security systems and protocols regularly to ensure exceptional response rates, and each year we participate in compliance validation programs such as ISO 27001, SOC 1 Type 2, SOC 2 Type 2, NIST 800-53, HIPAA and PCI DSS in order to firmly represent our commitment to – and maintenance of – secure, reliable data center facilities.

A Dedicated Approach to Security

CoreSite utilizes employees and qualified security staff at our facilities. Security personnel receive rigorous annual trainings and are required to pass certification. CoreSite's Operation Team is on-site around the clock, every day of the year to protect your organization’s IT infrastructure.

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Data Center Physical Security and Technology

In addition to our security-trained personnel, CoreSite data centers are protected by a gamut of technological security measures.

IP-DVR cameras & perimeter fencing

CoreSite facilities are secured by 8’ perimeter fencing as well as 360-degree view IP-DVR cameras.

Biometric scanners & card readers

All main entrances and many additional locations throughout our data centers require the use of a personalized security badge and biometric scanner.

Mantrap entries

Most facilities employ mantrap or double mantrap entries in order to strictly maintain the flow of people through the entry points at our data centers.

Locking cages & cabinets

At a minimum, cages and cabinets are key locked and monitored by video.  Customers also can opt to add card readers and biometric scanners to their deployment.