Here at Firebird IT, we officially abide by the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA). But what does this mean for you as a customer? What does the DPA entail?
In accordance with the law, the DPA states that all businesses handling sensitive data must be registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), the UK authority set up to uphold information rights in the public interest. Also, this requires these businesses to put in place the Information Security Policies and to train their employees on these policies. Failure to do so puts both a business and their customers at risk, with potential legal action, fines and reputational damage to them should data be lost, stolen or not secured properly as stated within the law.
Therefore, as we are registered with the ICO, and have passed the DPA compliance test with flying colours, you know we can be trusted with computers that contains any personal/private information, so we can do our jobs without you having to worry about any potential security breaches. The test itself involved the full analysation of our data security methods, how we store our data and how we handle customers information, among other things. We keep your data confidential yet available and integrally intact. We even have the certificate to prove it. Because of this, we have proof that we also always keep your data safe from any external threats during any of our services to you. We are 100% dedicated to keeping you, your technology and your data completely secure .
So be sure to check out the rest of the Firebird IT website to view our amazing support and product offers, where maximum security for both you and your businesses comes as standard.
We are BS ISO/IEC 27014:2013. This number shows what policies we run under.