Server Cabinets and Racks | Server Cabinet Racks and Enclosures, CPNI



Providing security for data with a range a products with UK government and MoD approved secure containers, information security solutions, locks and locking systems and document tracking.

Secure (Government Approved) server racks and work stations with advanced technology.  We are constantly upgrading our offerings in line with customer requirements and include:



So what does SEAP and CPNI approved actually mean?

SEAP stands for the Security Equipment Assessment Panel and CPNI stands for the Centre for the Protection of the National Infrastructure and basically all the security furniture used by the British Government, Ministry of Defence and many companies. The categories are classified from Class 1 (the lowest) to Class 4 (the highest) according to the level of protection that it offers. Protection against a forced attack is assessed in allocating office furniture to a particular class. Protectionn against surreptitious attack is governed principally by the choice of locks. Locks are classified according to SEAP Standards. 

Replacement of SEAP
With effect from 1st April 2013, successfully evaluated security products will not be rated by the Security Equipment Assessment Panel (SEAP). The SEAP brand will be replaced by the trademarked CPNI logo. Successfully evaluated security products will be listed in CPNI’s Catalogue of Security Equipment (CSE). The trademark will be issued only to manufacturers whose products can be assessed against the standards listed on the manufactures’ page. manufacturers’ page.


So why change “SEAP” to “CPNI”?

CPNI have been evaluating security products for many years and historically successful products were awarded a SEAP grading. It was found that some manufacturers were attempting to take advantage of the established SEAP brand by openly claiming to provide products that were “SEAP approved” or “tested to SEAP standards”. Many of these products had not been evaluated by SEAP; others had been evaluated by SEAP but had since been removed from the Catalogue of Security Equipment (CSE).