Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) owner of the popular casino Rizk has just secured an ISO 27001 certification. In fact, this is the second time the group fulfilled the criteria and got accredited. And it’s the second year in a row too.
Although the certification is not a mandatory measure to get or keep a licence. It sure symbolises the dedication an operator has towards a safe online environment. But in addition to its ISO approval, GiG also got some good news about its data warehouse.
Indeed, it too received accreditation in the process, which means that they can now pull reliable reports that are certified too. But more importantly, reports that are critical to several business areas.
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Everyone in the business knows that fulfilling the criteria for an ISO certification is not easy. But, even if it’s hard. In the end we all know that it pays off. Because, it gives your B2B customer a sense of peace of mind.
Plus, it’s a gratification for those who pick GiG since it further proves that they’re an organised partner.
GiG release this statement to the press after getting the certifications. “GiG commits to providing its B2B customers with secure products they can trust, which their players can rely on.”
Also filling in on the prestigious news is the acting CEO, Richard Brown. “This framework not only ensures the information we hold is protected. But it also means we are actively detecting and are ready to react to situations.”
Finding a good balance between protecting the players and regulatory demand is hard. And it’s especially difficult when it comes to the Know Your Customer (KYC) procedures.
But in recent news GiG announced a new partner, HooYu. HooYu’s core mission is to make the KYC journey a lot more user friendly. Which means that it’ll be easier for customers to validate their account.
And, it’ll also help the operators who use GiG core platform with a lifecycle to get ID verification, proof of address and confirmation of the wealth and funds source too.
And so it seems that GiG and its new partner have a winning recipe on their hand. A recipe that offers a perfect blend between compliance and customer experience.