We ensure the highest levels of data security and compliance, allowing our customers to work free from worry

Security encompasses all aspects of physical site, access, systems, data and network but it must be understood that no single solution can protect you and your business from the variety of changing threats.

With the right network security in place, your company will experience many business benefits; protecting against business disruption, allowing you to meet mandatory regulatory compliance, protecting your customers' data and reducing the risk of data theft.

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Certified & Audited

All of our services are certified and audited every 6 months to meet a wide range of industry standards, including ISO 27001, ISO 14001, ISO 9001, CSA Star Alliance, G-Cloud 6, PCI DSS and many industry vertical accreditations.

This provides our customers with the assurance that our services meet an independently verified minimum specification.

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Our Team

We dedicate entire teams to consult, integrate and support our customers security and compliance requirements. Information Security is a mindset and philosophy which is integrated and optimised throughout all Pulsant services. Threats can emerge from any number of sources and require appropriate management to mitigate and eliminate.

Our security management framework delivers a constant level of vigilance, monitoring and management to mitigate these security risks.

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  • Features
  • Incident Response
  • Physical Security
  • Logical Security
  • Application Security
  • Network Security
  • Data & Content Security

Physical Security

This covers all aspects of site access protection, access, authentication and well as physical security monitoring for access controls.

Within Pulsant, access is only permitted to authorised individuals. If successfully authenticated, once within the premises all visitors and employees must wear physical identification such as lanyards and their movements are digitally recorded and monitoring locally and remotely.

Logical Security

This covers the activities which are designed to protect systems from unauthorised use, including locking devices, security patching, vulnerability management, network monitoring, access management, encryption levels, multi factor authentication, device filtering and abnormal behavioral pattern analysis, which require further investigations by Pulsant staff. This also can include identity theft.

Application Security

The activities which are design to protect systems from illegal activities, attacks or opportunistic exploitation. This includes management of anti-virus, anti-malware, anti-phishing, illegal and unwanted plug-in, bot nets, trojans, worms, hacker, zero day/hour, and injection attacks.

Network Security

In today’s global marketplace, network security threats happen every single day – and from multiple sources. Due to the open nature of the internet, internal data loss and terror-related attacks all pose significant risks to your organisation. These are just a few reasons why we leave nothing to chance.

The foundation of our security begins in our high security datacentres and monitored secure networks, coupled with robust and industry-recognised security tools and techniques

Data & Content Security

The activities which protect business critical information which includes files, content and folder access permissions, control and encryption, data ownership management, data classification, data audit, data tracking and data certification. As the use of cloud services and more specifically cloud data services becomes more prevalent, so too does the challenge of protection corporate data in various services, locations and repositories. Businesses often seek the flexibility to work with external parties on projects and within supply chains and this must be supported alongside the internal data usage and security requirements.

This most significant part of any security strategy is refining and optimising the incident response in the event of threat detection through to managing a vulnerability or exposure. This is important for many reasons:

  • To minimise the potential for any threat to be exploited in your business systems
  • To minimise the impact of any vulnerability to your business operations and customers
  • To minimise the impact of any security updates, changes or vulnerability management procedures which will impact your customer service, systems availability or operational service.
  • To prioritise the most appropriate actions to protect systems and data against potential and active threats
  • To minimise the risk of data or content breach and loss
  • To minimise the risk of data or customer record information exploitation
  • To protect your business, your customers and your brand reputation you have worked so hard to create
  • To follow all agreed procedures and to accept expert advise in the event of a security breach to minimise the severity of the event and ensure all appropriate parties are engaged, communicated with and appropriate action is taken and confirmed
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Security Teams

The Pulsant security teams are well positioned to offer security advice to our customers across a wide range of services.

Our teams routinely support our customers through their security, accreditation and compliance audits as well as optimising Pulsant security policies and procedures on a routine basis.

Client feedback

Secure, controlled access to our data is supplied via stringent authenticated connections which operate over Pulsant’s own infrastructure.

Graeme Bryce—Founder and CTO of Factonomy

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