Red Rake Gaming has lauded its ISO/IEC 27001 certification approval as it aims to continue its global expansion.
The certification will enable Red Rake to enter numerous markets that utilise the ISO certification as their regulatory benchmark, such as Switzerland, where the supplier noted it will “shortly” make its debut, and Greece.
“We are delighted to have achieved the ISO 27001 certification,” stated Nick Barr, Managing Director for Red Rake Malta. “As we continue to expand our regulated market presence across the globe it is vital that we have the highest standards to ensure swift and efficient market entry for our existing client expansion goals, not to mention accommodate the high demand from new operators in regulated markets.
“A huge well done to our dedicated and highly skilled technical team who managed to achieve the certification in record time.”
The ISO/IEC 27001 standard confirms that the global requirements for an Information Security Management System meets ISO’s exacting specification, and that all licensee and player information is secured and managed to the highest standards.
The certification follows on from Red Rake’s recent partnership with Upgaming announced in March, as the two companies renewed its “long-standing” deal with upgraded terms.
As part of the process, the supplier’s igaming library, such as The Ways of the Samurai, Lost Relics, Alchemy Ways, and Max Dangerous, became available on Upgaming’s platform.
The deal also witnessed Upgaming gain access to various gamification tools from Red Rake’s suite of products.