Security

Carbon60’s managed cloud solutions are built with security at the forefront. Our holistic approach to security takes into account both our internal controls and procedures and our managed security services for our customers to mitigate risks and threats for their organization or business. This ensures a secure and stable platform to protect the interests of our clients’ employees, customers and other stakeholders.

A comprehensive Information Security Management System (ISMS) is the foundation of our security posture.  The Carbon60 security team implements and enforces our ISMS to help safeguard confidentiality, integrity and availability at various levels.  With clients in the private and public sector and verticals such as financial services and healthcare, security and privacy are critical elements to their success.  Carbon60’s security solutions can help address compliance requirements like SOC2, PCI DSS, HIPAA and others.

Carbon60 delivers a robust set of managed security services to complement your managed private cloud, managed AWS or managed Azure cloud solution which we architect in collaboration with you in the design process. When in comes to public cloud deployment, the concept of the Shared Responsibility Model for security is an important factor for companies to truly consider. The security of the cloud is the responsibility of the public cloud providers. However, the security in the the cloud is not. That’s where Carbon60 shines to leverage the inherent security framework of public clouds, but ensuring that the security within the cloud we deploy for you whether public, Carbon60 private or virtual private cloud or a hybrid  configuration is taken care of to provide you with comprehensive security protection to help you rest easy. Some of our fully managed security services include the following:

In addition to a robust set of default and optional managed security services integrated with our managed hosting solutions, we provide several security Professional Services on a project and recurring basis.