Maltese iGaming solutions innovator, Gaming Innovation Group Incorporated, has announced that the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has awarded its Core platform with the coveted ISO 27001:2013 certification.
Award completes months of effort:
The developer used an official Tuesday press release to detail that the official recognition followed a multi-month effort to further improve its information security management system and covers the development, infrastructure, network configuration and associated product operations for online gaming services hosted on its Core platform.
Highest security specifications:
Headquartered in the Valetta suburb of St Julian’s, Gaming Innovation Group Incorporated stated that the accreditation means that its Core platform now offers players and clients the highest available information security specifications, which will give it a ‘solid foundation’ as it endeavors to appeal to those in need of ‘a robust and agile security framework’ that can protect data.
Developer committed to ‘continuous improvement’:
Ben Clemes, Chief Commercial Officer Gaming Innovation Group Incorporated, declared that the award ‘demonstrates our commitment to the continuous improvement of processes governing’ his firm’s Core platform alongside those associated with ‘safeguarding our clients and players data.’
Clemes’ statement read…
“From a commercial standpoint, it makes us stand out from the crowd even more than we did before, offering our business-to-business and business-to-consumer customers the best information security management system that can be achieved.”
Certification follows UKAS audit:
In receiving the ISO certification, the developer detailed that it had been audited by officials from the United Kingdom Accreditation Services (UKAS), which is the only national standards accreditation body recognized by the government of the United Kingdom, and had consequently exhibited a systematic and ongoing attitude towards protecting and managing data.
Robin Reed, Chief Executive Officer for Gaming Innovation Group Incorporated, proclaimed that the ISO 27001:2013 certification represents a ‘testament to our commitment towards security’ and will further enhance his firm’s reputation as a ‘trusted partner for suppliers and operators.’
Reed’s statement read…
“Well done to all the people at Gaming Innovation Group Incorporated that work tirelessly to ensure that we can receive and maintain this level of certification.”