Mineral Gap Receives SSAE 16 SOC 1 and SOC 2 Audit Certifications

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Certification achievement validates Mineral Gap is committed to meeting key regulations.

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Mineral Gap is always pleased to demonstrate its commitment to meeting compliance requirements and ensuring customers that our controls and operating effectiveness achieve the highest standards. -Mark Gerard, President, DP Facilities, Inc.

Mineral Gap, a leading data colocation provider, today announced it has received seals of excellence for successfully completing a SSAE 16 SOC 1 and SOC 2 Type 2 audit, respectively.

SOC 1 report gives auditors associated with Mineral Gap's customers the assurance that Mineral Gap's controls are designed and operating effectively, and that these controls do not negatively impact customers' financial statements.

The SOC 2 report ensures customers that Mineral Gap's controls address design and operating effectiveness for the Security and Availability Trust Service Principles, set forth in TSP Section 100, Trust Services Principles and Criteria for Security, Availability, Processing Integrity, Confidentiality and Privacy (AICPA, Technical Practice Aids).

Both audit reports are Type 2, meaning each contains the added testing of Mineral Gap's controls to prove their operating effectiveness over a period of time, including a description of the testing performed and the results of those tests.

"Mineral Gap is always pleased to demonstrate its commitment to meeting compliance requirements and ensuring customers that our controls and operating effectiveness achieve the highest standards," said DP Facilities, Inc. President Mark Gerard.

About Mineral Gap
Mineral Gap, located on a 22-acre site in the Lonesome Pine Regional Business and Technology Park in Wise, Virginia, offers cutting-edge technologies and backup systems for connectivity, power and cooling, as well as the resiliency, capacity and reliability required to secure valuable data in the event of a man-made or natural disaster. The site is extremely well-positioned to take advantage of ample and reasonably priced electrical power, and an excellent climate. Numerous government agencies have already chosen the facility to house critically important data and services.

Website: http://www.mineralgap.com

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