Dench eGaming Solutions Prepares for GDPR with ISO 27001 Certification
The online gaming platform provider has been awarded the certified status in recognition of its ability to meet strict ISO requirements
Dench Solutions is a standout platform provider recognised for the “highest level of security” echelon – as confirmed by the award of an ISO 27001 Security Management certification by the International Standards Organisation (ISO).
Hot on the heels of a wildly successful sales drive with several newly-acquired, EU-regulated operators in 2017, the online gaming platform provider has been awarded the ISO 27001 certificate, which according to Dench eGaming Solutions’ CEO Dobromir Mitev wasn’t obtained easily.
«It required positioning our focus and efforts on a number of different areas within our organization and aspects of the business respectively,» Mitev said. This confirms Dench Solutions’ acumen in the field, and its prowess with the stringent security standard requirements related to information.
Dobromir Mitev added, «Managing data safely has never been more important, particularly with the General Data Protection Regulation due to become law next year. Operators and players are even more aware of security risks and are demanding more strict measures when it comes to protecting their data.»
ISO 27001 is the global benchmark for information security, established and given out by the ISO following a comprehensive and complete audit of candidate organizations. The associated prestige outlines Dench’s ongoing loyalty to its client base by ensuring the delivery of products with the highest security standard across all areas of the business.
Mitev said, “ISO 27001 is а solid attestation that we are committed to provide and deliver the highest possible security standards in a safe environment while maintaining our agility and “hands on” approach in the development of new features. Operators require more flexibility when it comes to new products, however the newly regulated markets are placing greater emphasis on the data security, which we perfectly acknowledged and prioritised in our roadmap.»