SchemeServe is secure.
- Data storage systems comply to General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), ISO 27001, HIPAA, FedRAMP, SOC 1 and 2 and UK G-Cloud.
- SchemeServe operates on multiple servers within the UK and across Europe. Should one server or datacentre fail, your system will be unaffected.
- SchemeServe’s uptime is second-to-none at 99.99% (uptime history available for your perusal at any time).
- Our networks are subject to rigorous third-party audits such as those done by the British Standards Institute.
- We use the latest military strength encryption.
SchemeServe helps you to remain compliant whilst moving forward.
- At SchemeServe we’re proud to be data compliant to ISO standard 9001:2015.
- Our system is regularly scanned to ensure both ongoing compliance, and that all facets of the software are up-to-date.
- Make compliance an ongoing part of your day to day planning.
- Access to those involved with the minutiae of designing new insurance businesses and qualified compliance experts.
- Your staff IT access privileges can be adjusted quickly, and at any time, so you can have peace-of-mind that staff can only access what you allow them to.
We always back you up.
- Data and information is always backed-up and easily retrieved in the event of a disruption to service.
- SchemeServe provides a robust disaster recovery process in the unlikely event of a major catastrophe. Stored and encrypted within a cloud-server, your data will be protected and safe, and able to be retrieved from any location, by only authorised users.
- Up-to-the-minute backups on all transactions.
- Additional backups made weekly, and stored at an off-site location, each tested regularly to ensure their security and effectiveness.
Continue trading 24/7, there’s no need to worry about updates as we are completely cloud-based.
All security updates are handles by us.
SchemeServe is strongly defended. We use strict processes and security measures to protect your data.
Data protection advice in the event of leaving EU with no deal
Detailed guidance can be obtained on the UK Government websitehttps://www.gov.uk/government/publications/data-protection-law-eu-exit/amendments-to-uk-data-protection-law-in-the-event-the-uk-leaves-the-eu-without-a-deal-on-29-march-2019