Bede Gaming awarded ISO 27001 certification

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The online and social gaming software supplier, Bede Gaming, has received an ISO 27001 certification for its omni-channel platform’s high security standards.

 

Bede Gaming has been granted ISO 27001 certification by the International Standards Organisation (ISO), in recognition of its continued offering of the most secure platform provision available to operators in regulated markets globally.

This certification carries a validated independent view that Bede are taking the right measures to prevent this from happening, giving our partners confidence that they are in safe hands

The company claims it undertook the rigorous certification process, which is the international standard for information security, to display its absolute commitment to best practice and placing security at the heart of the business.

As one of the only gaming platform providers to be awarded such certification, Bede gained the certification after proving that it meets the ISO’s strict requirements when dealing with information security.

Michael Brady, CEO of Bede Gaming, commented: “Gaining this certification isn’t an easy process and requires a huge amount of focus from all aspects of our business.

“Operators today want flexibility in their platform, but they are also demanding peace of mind via the highest possible levels of security and this shows that we are leading the way when it comes to providing a credible, secure and trustworthy alternative.

“An information security breach would have a catastrophic impact for any operator which is unprepared. This certification carries a validated independent view that Bede are taking the right measures to prevent this from happening, giving our partners confidence that they are in safe hands.”

In addition to receiving the ISO 27001, the certification also demonstrates the company is prepared for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) becoming law in May 2018, which places a greater level of accountability on data processors on issues such as information security breaches.


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