GiG’s frontend development and CMS receives ISO 27001 recognition
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GiG’s frontend development and CMS receive ISO 27001 accreditation

Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) has been awarded an ISO 27001:2021 certification for its frontend development solution and content management system.

The ISO 27001 standard uses a ‘top-down, risk-based approach’ to assessing and identifying the requirements and specifications for Information Security Management Systems (ISMS). 

The certification, says GiG, is a testament to its commitment towards ‘protecting its partners and their players with the highest level of information security available’.

“At GiG, information security is considered a strategic priority,” explained Diane Abela, GiG’s Director of Information Security. “We operate in heavily regulated markets such as the UK and US, and so it’s imperative to us that we are at the top of our game when it comes to certification. 

“Acquiring a certification on yet another two of our core products is a clear reflection of the dedication and investment that the company continues to make in securing both our own and our clients’ information.”

The certification covers development, infrastructure, network configuration and associated product operations for frontend, middleware and backend Gaming services hosted on GiG’s infrastructure.

As a result, GiG clients will be exempt from ‘a number of rigorous jurisdiction-specific, technical, regulatory audits’ which the platform provider noted will save both time and money.

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