Four questions you need to ask in the wake of the Safe Harbour ruling
In our new guide, we focus on four important questions every business needs to address to make sure they have total control of their data in preparation for tighter legislation around data protection.
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In the 'Life Without Safe Harbour' guide, you'll discover:
The questions you need to ask of your current hosting provider
What the ruling and recent changes mean for your business
Where the responsibility lies when it comes to data protection
What you can do to control your supply chain
Do you know where your data is?
The more third parties your hosting provider uses, the more complex your supply chain. The more complex your supply chain, the less sure you can be about where your data is travelling. If your cloud service is outsourced to a third party then there is no guarantee that your data is in an appropriately controlled environment, as required by the Data Protection Act.
Our data centres are fully owned and managed by us within the UK. What's more, we guarantee that no part of our supply chain extends beyond the EEA.
With UKFast your solution is only ever housed in our ISO-accredited, ultra-secure data centres. And as an exclusively UK-based company, hosting with UKFast offers guaranteed data sovereignty, giving you peace of mind that your data will never be transferred outside of EEA borders.
UK Data Centres
We built, wholly own and manage our enterprise-grade data centres, located solely within the UK for complete data sovereignty.
We keep tight entry control on our supply chain to ensure none of the data we hold leaves the UK, giving you total peace of mind.
Our data centres are ISO 27001 certified and secured to Government IL4 standards for the ultimate in data security.