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    CalTech Completes MSP Verify Certification with SOC 2 Type 2 Audit

    19 October, 2021

    CalTech today announced that it has successfully completed the MSPAlliance’s MSP Verify Program (MSPCV) certification and SOC 2 Type 2. The MSPCV is based on the 10 control objectives of the Unified Certification Standard for Cloud & MSPs (UCS) and is the oldest certification program for cloud computing and managed services providers. CalTech’s SOC 2 Type 2 audit was based on the UCS as well as the Trust Services Criteria for Security and the Additional Criteria for Availability and Confidentiality (TSP section 100A – 2017).

    The MSPCV was the first of its kind created specifically for the managed services and cloud industry. Every certification comes with a written report with the entire process documented, validated and signed by a 3rd party accounting firm. The MSPCV has been reviewed by governmental agencies and regulatory bodies across the globe and is used and accepted in 5 continents around the world.

    "The MSPCV certification is a rigorous certification process that benchmarks and verifies the quality of the company providing cloud and/or managed services,” said Charles Weaver, MSPAlliance CEO. "We are very proud to have CalTech as a member of this elite community of cloud and MSPs.”

    MSP Verify Program

    The UCS consists of 10 control objectives and underlying controls that constitute crucial building blocks of a successful managed services (and cloud computing) practice. Once the provider’s organization has completed all MSPCV documentation on all applicable control objectives (with the assistance of MSPAlliance's readiness assessments, gap analysis, helpful templates and consulting) the results are then examined by an independent third-party accounting firm for verification and signing of a public facing report.

    As with any other substantive certification of this type, the MSPCV certification must be renewed annually. The MSPCV was the first certification created specifically for the managed services and cloud industry. The MSPCV has been reviewed by governmental agencies and regulatory bodies across the globe and is used and accepted in 5 continents around the world.

    Customers who select a company that is part of the MSPCV can also rest assured that their IT solution provider has met and exceeded the following standards dealing with:

    • Objective 1: Governance,
    • Objective 2: Policies and Procedures,
    • Objective 3: Confidentiality and Privacy,
    • Objective 4: Change Management,
    • Objective 5: Service Operations Management,
    • Objective 6: Information Security,
    • Objective 7: Data Management,
    • Objective 8: Physical Security,
    • Objective 9: Billing and Reporting, and
    • Objective 10: Corporate Health.

    The MSPCV certification report is signed by a third-party accounting firm.

    "CalTech has a highly skilled and dedicated team. All the credit for developing and improving the controls that are examined and tested during this process goes to them. In turn, existing and prospective customers can rest assured knowing that we strive to not only meet the Unified Certification Standards, but exceed them in many cases," said Michael Adams, CalTech COO.

    At CalTech, we help your organization stress less about IT, allowing you to spend more time taking care of your clients, increasing your security standing, and improving the productivity of your team. 


    MSPAlliance® is a global industry association and accrediting body for the Cyber Security, Cloud Computing and Managed Services Provider (MSP) industry. Established in 2000 with the objective of helping MSPs become better MSPs. Today, MSPAlliance has more than 30,000 cloud computing and managed service provider corporate members across the globe and works in a collaborative effort to assist its members, along with foreign and domestic governments, on creating standards, setting policies and establishing best practices. For more information, visit


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