Red Tiger Gets ISO Certification

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Casino gaming group Red Tiger Gaming announced this week that they've been granted ISO 27001 certification, which shows that the company meets globals standards for handling of data.

ISO certification is notoriously difficult to obtain, as applicants have to have their systems audited by independent groups. Gaining ISO certification is something we don't hear about much for online casino companies, but its increasingly being adopted by groups as regulators use it as a means of granting licenses within their jurisdictions. The ISO organization was founded in 1947 and have been adopted as being recognized in the majority of countries around the world.

Speaking about the certification Red Tiger's CEO Gavin Hamilton said, "We're very pleased to be awarded this certification which demonstrates our desire to protect the data of our operator partners' customers.

"We believe it is very important that we judge ourselves by international standards when we're dealing with data and security and are confident this will serve us in good stead as we expand our business into new territories."

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21 November 2018 - 4:07pm

Ho, this is a very interesting news. First time to hear about ISO for gaming company, but it certainly makes sense regarding data-handling capabilities.

I don't know much about ISO, but it is very extensive across industries. And it is really a good award for a company to prove of their business.