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The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is the world’s largest developer of voluntary international standards. They make industry more effective and efficient by providing specifications for products, services, and practices. ISO 9001 verifies that an organization has a quality management system in place that consistently meets the needs of customers and other relevant stakeholders.

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is the world’s largest developer of voluntary international standards. They make industry more effective and efficient by providing specifications for products, services, and practices. ISO 14001 verifies that an organization has a management system in place to improve their environmental performance.

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) enhances industry effectiveness and efficiency by offering specifications for products, services, and practices. ISO 18001 (also called OHSAS 18001) is a standard for managing occupational health and safety risks. It helps minimize work hazards and promote a safe environment. 

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is the world’s largest developer of voluntary international standards. They make industry more effective and efficient by providing specifications for products, services, and practices. ISO 22301 covers requirements for planning, implementing, and improving a management system for disruptive events.  

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) makes industry more effective and efficient by providing specifications for products, services, and practices. ISO 27001 sets standards for managing sensitive company information through a systematic Information Security Management System (ISMS). This framework covers people, processes, and IT systems. 

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) enhances industry effectiveness and efficiency by offering specifications for products, services, and practices. ISO 37001 sets guidelines for creating, implementing, maintaining, evaluating, and enhancing an anti-bribery system. It can function independently or within a broader management structure. 

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) makes industry more effective and efficient by providing specifications for products, services, and practices. ISO 45001 is an international standard for managing occupational health and safety. It's used for assessing and auditing health and safety management systems. 

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) makes industry more effective and efficient by providing specifications for products, services, and practices. ISO 50001 helps organizations improve their energy performance through a systematic approach. It covers efficiency, use, and consumption, and can be used independently or integrated with other management systems. 

ISO is the largest developer of voluntary global standards, enhancing industry effectiveness and efficiency through specifications for products, services, and practices. ISO 50002 is a standard for energy audits, guiding principles, processes, and requirements. It assists organizations in identifying energy-saving opportunities, assessing energy performance, and implementing energy management to reduce consumption and costs. 

Security and Privacy Controls for Federal Information Systems and Organizations Special Publication 800-53 provides guidelines for selecting and specifying security controls for information systems supporting the executive agencies of the federal government. 

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard, or PCI DSS, is a set of regulations put together by the PCI Security Standards Council, founded by American Express, Discover Financial Services, JCB International, MasterCard, and Visa Inc. PCI DSS is an information security standard for organizations that handle cardholder information. 

Service Organization Controls (SOC) reports help companies establish trust in their services or products. SOC 1 is an American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) report detailing controls related to an organization's financial reporting. It examines services, processes, policies, procedures, personnel, and activities that support financial reporting.  

Service Organization Controls (SOC) reports help companies establish trust in their services or products. SOC 2 is a standard that ensures data security, availability, integrity, confidentiality, and privacy in areas such as data centers, IT services, cloud-based businesses, and more. 

SOC reports boost trust in companies by independently verifying internal controls, security, and compliance. They increase transparency for customers, investors, and regulators. SOC 3 is a public-facing summary of an organization's internal controls regarding the AICPA’s Trust Services Criteria, offering assurance on non-financial data handling and IT systems without revealing sensitive details. 

Uptime Institute is an independent organization focused on improving the performance, efficiency, and reliability of critical infrastructure. They're known globally for Tier Standards & Certifications for data centers. Tier II facilities cover redundant capacity components for power and cooling that provide better maintenance opportunities and safety against disruptions.  

TÜV is an organization that provides inspection and product certification services. They are known for their rigorous testing and high-quality standards, which are recognized internationally. Their TR3 certification confirms compliance with ANSI/TIA 942 standards for project, assembly, installation, operation, and maintenance of Data Centers. Criteria include tests, monitoring, and verifications of equipment, security, and electrical networks. Benefits include guaranteed availability, quality, and redundancy. 

LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is a green building certification by the USGBC (U.S. Green Building Council) that promotes energy efficiency and sustainability in construction and operation. The LEED Certified level indicates that the building has met the minimum requirements for sustainable design and construction. 

The Building and Construction Authority (BCA) promotes the progress of Singapore's built environment sector to enhance the country's living conditions. Green Mark Platinum is the highest award they give to buildings in Singapore. It is awarded to buildings that have achieved at least 60% energy savings, among other criteria. 

BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Methodology) is a comprehensive sustainability assessment for buildings, assessing energy, water, waste, indoor quality, and site development. Their Very Good rating means the facility has met high environmental and sustainability standards, including energy efficiency, water conservation, and waste management. This also means it minimizes its carbon footprint and environmental impact. 

CEEDA (Certified Energy Efficiency in Data Centres Award) is a certification program assessing energy efficiency and sustainability in data centers. It has three levels: Bronze, Silver, and Gold. The highest level, CEEDA Gold, is awarded to data centers that meet strict criteria in energy management, monitoring, IT equipment, cooling systems, and building design. Achieving CEEDA Gold signifies a data center follows best practices in energy efficiency and sustainability, leading to reduced operational costs and a smaller environmental impact. 

Energy Star is a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) program that promotes energy efficiency in products, homes, and commercial buildings, including data centers. Energy Star certification for data centers signifies that the facility meets stringent energy efficiency requirements set by the EPA.  

Green Globes is an environmental assessment program for commercial buildings, including data centers, managed by the GBI in the US and BOMA in Canada. It evaluates environmental performance in new construction, existing buildings, and major renovations. One Green Globe, the first certification level, signifies a building or data center has achieved 35-54% of possible assessment points, reflecting a commitment to improved environmental performance and best practices implementation. 

G-SEED is a green building certification in South Korea. Developed by KICT, it promotes energy efficiency, sustainability, and eco-friendly practices in building design, construction, and operation. G-SEED evaluates criteria like energy efficiency, water conservation, indoor environmental quality, materials, and site sustainability. Based on assessments, buildings achieve different certification levels, reflecting their commitment to sustainability and environmental performance. 

Developed by the IT Standards Committee (ITSC) under the Singapore Standards Council (SSC), SS 546 aims to enhance cloud service providers' (CSPs) security and improve users' confidence in adopting cloud services. The standard covers areas like governance, risk management, data protection, and physical security. By adhering to SS 546, CSPs demonstrate their commitment to maintaining a secure and reliable cloud computing environment. 

NABERS, the National Australian Built Environment Rating System, assesses the environmental performance of buildings in Australia. It evaluates energy efficiency, water usage, waste management, and indoor environment quality. For data centers, NABERS focuses on energy efficiency, usage, and greenhouse gas emissions. 

HDS certification is mandatory for hosting and outsourcing services and applications containing personally identifiable health data. The aim of HDS certification is to improve the security of personal health data.

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