Internet betting standards testing agency eCOGRA has announced that it has partnered up with global services group PwC to expand their services.
As a result of the partnership, eCOGRA and PwC will be able to better test for vulnerability and penetration testing within various European betting sections.
This is not the first deal between the two firms, as PwC helped work with eCOGRA when the group was formed eleven years ago. PwC currently employs about 500 people who specialize in identifying cyber security risks and reporting.
Commenting on the deal eCOGRA CEO Andrew Beveridge said, "This agreement enables us to extend this service to our clients through the specialised and highly effective expertise of PwC in this area. We understand the value of our clients’ investment in information security, and by collaborating with PwC, our customers will have increased access to the latest knowledge on emerging risks relating to current levels of security protection."