Audit & Risk


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Even with the best-laid plans things can go wrong and so it is important to have a disaster recovery plan in place. Documenting your plan in advance of a disaster can dramatically reduce recovery time. Many industry sectors including banking and government require adherence to standards relating to security and business continuity such as ISO27000 and those standards require formal risk assessment and mitigation.


“As a company that delivers intelligent omnichannel communication solutions for a range of clients, data security and regulatory compliance is fundamental. As we manage the business-critical communications for an increasing number of customers, the investment in our new Data Security Centre is further committed to the robustness of the processes and procedures we have in place. We would like to thank Secure I.T. Environments for delivering during a challenging time, as well as in a short turnaround. We are very pleased with the results.”

Hayden Savage

Chief Operating Officer at Opus Trust Communications

How It Works

Secure I.T. Environments will help you assess the risks to your data centre and propose mitigation, whether upgrades to infrastructure or improved operational processes. We can combine this with any of the other aspects of data centre auditing to provide a comprehensive review of your data centre infrastructure and operations management.

Working in partnership with the client to understand the drivers behind any audit or risk assessment we deliver to you a detailed report that clearly outlines the status of your existing data centre and the suitability of the processes that keep it running.

Case study

New Data Centre Build at the Heart of Wrexham Hospital

Secure I.T. Environments continue their growing success with helping NHS I.T. address major demands for flexible rapid deployment of data centres with the completion of a new 120m² data centre at Wrexham Maelor Hospital, part of the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board(BCUHB), the largest health organisation in Wales, providing a full range of primary, community, mental health and acute hospital services for around 676,000 people.

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