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October 22, 2010

Interxion achieves BS 25999 certification

Integrates with existing Information Security Management System certification, ISO 27001

By CBR Staff Writer

European carrier-neutral colocation data centre services provider Interxion has announced that it has achieved BS 25999 certification, the British Standards Institution (BSI) standard for Business Continuity Management.

The company said that the certification has been integrated with its existing Information Security Management System certification, ISO 27001.

BS 25999 is Business Continuity Management (BCM) standard developed to minimise the risks of disruptions, which can impact a business.

The standard is designed to keep businesses operational during challenging times by protecting staff, preserving reputations and providing the ability to keep trading.

Interxion said that its development of a BCM system involved integrating with the already established Information Security Management System, ISO 27001, an internationally recognised certification designed to assess levels of risk across an entire company’s data centre network.

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