Leading iGaming content provider Pragmatic Play, which has a heavy presence in Malta, has announced its receipt of an ISO 27001 certification, endorsing the company’s commitment to meeting the highest technical standards.
The certification sets standards for information security management systems that allow organisations to manage the security of assets.
Using them is said to enable organisations of any kind to manage the security of assets such as financial information, intellectual property, employee details or information entrusted by third parties.
Pragmatic Play’s granting of it recognises its approach to security and compliance across the whole business, and it believes it will provide further assurance to clients about its approach to security and data.
The certification marks an exciting development for the supplier, creating new opportunities throughout regulated markets, at a time when it is continuing to expand in jurisdictions across the world.
Andrey Zhelo, head of information security at Pragmatic Play said; “We’re extremely proud of our approach to data and information security and it’s a landmark moment for us as we receive our ISO 27001 certificate.
“Receiving this certification not only proves we’re committed to upholding the highest level of security as an organisation, but that our partners can be reassured our business practices are held to the highest possible standard.”
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