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Maples and Calder Earns SOC2 Accreditation

05 Nov 2015

Maples and Calder has announced its recent completion of the Service Organization Controls (SOC) 2 Type I ("SOC2") audit, confirming that its policies, procedures and operations meet the SOC2 internationally accepted best practices for availability, confidentiality and security. 

"We are extremely proud of the SOC2 assentation which verifies that the Maples eServices' security practices, policies and procedures meet the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants' (AICPA) SOC2 standards for security, availability and confidentiality," said Matt Barnett, Chief Information Officer at Maples and Calder. 

"In addition to supporting our long-term business and technology eServices strategy, the SOC2 audit demonstrates our continued commitment to delivering the highest level of eServices in a safe and trusted environment, allowing our clients to have the peace of mind that their confidential content is secure.  Our commitment to raise the bar on eServices is such that we have already started the process to complete the SOC2 Type 2 audit within the next twelve months."  

Maples and Calder continues to provide transformational Global Entity Management services via its unique and innovative eServices platform.  The independent services and controls review, which is based on Trust Services Principles, was carried out by local auditors and involved extensive testing of the firm's design and implementation of control activities to help ensure the applicable Trust Service security criteria and control specifications were met.