Webby Enterprises LLC has strategically placed a data center in Orlando, FL with Network Points of Presence (POPs) in major Telecommunication Hub areas including Indianapolis, IN, Atlanta, GA, and Ashburn, VA. The Orlando, FL Data Center is a state of the art, purpose-built, specially constructed data center facility that is dubbed “A Fortress for the Digital World”.
About the Building
Massive Power Infrastructure
The Webby Enterprises LLC network (AS 63031) is compromised of diverse fiber from Level3 (AS 3356) and Cogent (AS 174) along with peering partners through TelX Atlanta, Midwest-IX Indianapolis, Central Florida IX Orlando and Equinix IX Ashburn all running on a pair of redundant Juniper MX Routers and a redundant Juniper core network while being optimized by the NOCTION Route Optimization platform.
Peering Partners include (but not limited to):
SSAE 18 SOC II Audit
SSAE 18 is an internationally recognized attestation standard issued by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants that reports on the facility operational controls. Ernst & Young conducts the annual SSAE 18 audit covering a twelve-month period ensuring that compliance and regulatory controls are in place around the clock 24/7/365
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) sets national standards for the security of electronic protected health information. The facility was designed and engineered with multiple layers of access control including guard staff, biometric screening, digital video surveillance and customer-defined access control lists. Healthcare customers can be comfortable in maintaining HIPAA compliance because of the security and access controls at the facility.
U.S. government agencies are required to comply with the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA). The Orlando, FL facility is FISMA compliant that support various federal government departments and agencies. Based upon the needs of clients the facility can deliver FISMA Moderate and FISMA High compliant data center solutions that require strict adherence to the NIST 800-53 controls.