Updating stakeholders, Stockholm-listed Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) has confirmed that it has been accredited with ISO-27001 certification for a further year.
Sanctioned by the consumer standards and protections NGO the ‘International Organisation for Standardization’, ISO-27001 is regarded as one of the highest-ranking global IT security certificates for technology enterprises.
ISO accreditation follows a review of GIG’s technology stack, analysing the firm’s development infrastructures, network configuration and associated client services hosted by the GiG Core platform.
In addition, GiG governance confirms that it has achieved ISO accreditation for its data warehouse, which has been developed to ‘transform its data into reports for customers and internal teams informing business-critical decisions’.
In its update, GiG governance notes the importance of renewing its ISO-27001 certification, which underlines the firm’s commitment to being the most secure B2B network for industry stakeholders.
Richard Brown, acting chief executive officer of GiG, said: “The accreditation continues to prove that we are committed to protecting our customers and players information. Our teams have been working round the clock to continuously improve the robust control framework we put in place last year. This framework not only ensures the information we hold is protected, it also means we are actively detecting and ready to react to situations which could put any of our information at risk.”