Playson has received ISO 27001 information security management certification, a feat which the casino games and software developer says demonstrates a “strong commitment to information security”.
Playson was awarded the accreditation following an audit undertaken by a Quinel Limited laboratory, recognising the supplier’s full compliance with the data protection standards set by the International Organisation for Standardisation.
Covering the development, integration and management of multi-gaming software, the certification allows Playson to continue extending its operator network, demonstrating the security of its operations to partners.
Recent weeks and months have seen Playson continue to enlarge its global footprint by signing key strategic agreements in an international range of regulated markets spanning both Europe and Latin America.
These partnerships include the likes of ExeFeed, MaxBet, Sisal, platform provider’s Betconnections and Virtualsoft, Pixel.bet, Belarusian online casino operator GrandCasino, Kaizen Gaming, White Hat Gaming.
“Receiving an ISO 27001 certification showcases our unwavering commitment to regulatory compliance and data protection,” stated Oleksandr Kryzhanivskyi, head of engineering at Playson.
“A key step on the path to continued global expansion, we are pleased to see the team’s diligence recognised with such a coveted accreditation.”
Upon receiving ISO 27001 certification earlier in the year, Lottoland elaborated to say that it requires that management systematically examine the organisation’s information security risks, taking account of the threats, vulnerabilities, and impacts; and adopt an overarching process to ensure that the information security controls continue to meet the organisation’s needs on an ongoing basis.
Furthermore, it added that it must design and implement a coherent and comprehensive suite of information security controls and/or other forms of risk treatment (such as risk avoidance or risk transfer) to address those risks that are deemed unacceptable.