Corporate name: Netscan Limited
Company trading names:
The Euston Office
1 Euston sq.
40 Melton Street
Websites used by company:
Date of Formation: 05/12/2008
Legal Status: Limited Company
Registation Number: 06766801(Registered in England)
Nehat Krasniqi – CEO
Gilbert Pant – Director
Lance Blackstone – Finance Director
Peter Duggal – Technical Director
Nehat Krasniqi – CEO
Peter Duggal – CEO
Full Scope of Operations
Countries with local operations: United Kingdom
Scope of Services:
Domain Name services
Infrastructure as a Service
Compliance with Code
Netscan Limited is committed to the principles of Transparency, Capability and Accountability which are embodied in the Cloud Industry Forum’s Code of Practice, because these help create a more trustworthy business environment for cloud-based processing.
Netscan Limited is committed to complying with the specific requirments of the Cloud Industry Forum’s Code of Practice for the period of Certification, for the scope defined below in A1.3. Netscan Limited has completed the Self-Certification against the “Code of Practice for Cloud Service Providers” (“the Code”) of the Cloud Industry Forum (“CIF”, at www.cloudindustryforum.org), which the Self-Certification mark demonstrates.
Netscan Limited is committed to the Code. One of the main objectives of the Code is to help ensure disclosure of essential information so that consumers of Cloud Services can make better business decisions based on this information. The information on this page addresses the public disclosure requirements of the Code.
Scope of Business covered by the Code of Practice
Netscan has designed and built its own cloud infrastructure which is located in a datacentre chosen for high reliability, efficiency and low latency.
All customer data is held in a single UK data centre.
Netscan’s Cloud Infrastucture provides the following products and services:
1. Infrastructure for systems integrators for specific large-scale IT projects
2. Infrastructure with appropriate service agreements for specific customer needs (e.g. Games industry, banking and finance)
3. Infrastructure for e-Gov projects (Local and central government Cloud projects)
4. Virtual Private Servers (VPS)
5. Infrastructure for 3rd party web hosting companies
Third-Party Coverage Transparency
The company accepts responsibility for any supplier failure and undertakes to move to alternative suppliers in the fastest possible time in the event of a data centre failure.
Security Control Transparency with the Cloud Security Alliance
Netscan Ltd. has completed the Consensus Assessments Initiative Questionnaire (CAIQ V.3.01) from the Cloud Security Alliance during the course of the application for certification under the Cloud Industry Forum.
Other Extended Commitments to Code of Practice Principles
All requirements are outlined directly within this Code of Practice, we do not commit to any additional requirements outside of the requirements supplied by the Cloud Industry Forum. However, weekly management meetings include a detailed review as to whether there are any new needs that should be covered.