AWS completes Police-Assured Secure Facilities (PASF) audit in Europe (London) Region
We’re excited to announce that our Europe (London) Region has renewed our accreditation for United Kingdom (UK) Police-Assured Secure Facilities (PASF) for Official-Sensitive data. Since 2017, the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Europe (London) Region has been assured under the PASF program. This demonstrates our continuous commitment to adhere to the heightened expectations of customers with UK law enforcement workloads. Our UK law enforcement customers who require PASF can continue to run their applications in the PASF-assured Europe (London) Region in confidence.
The PASF is a long-established assurance process, used by UK law enforcement, as a method for assuring the security of facilities such as data centers or other locations that house critical business applications that process or hold police data. PASF consists of a control set of security requirements, an on-site inspection, and an audit interview with representatives of the facility.
The Police Digital Service (PDS) confirmed the renewal for AWS on May 5, 2023. The UK police force and law enforcement organizations can obtain confirmation of the compliance status of AWS through the Police Digital Service.
To learn more about our compliance and security programs, see AWS Compliance Programs. As always, we value your feedback and questions; reach out to the AWS Compliance team through the Contact Us page.
Please reach out to your AWS account team if you have questions or feedback about PASF compliance.
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