Synot Games Successfully Acquires ISO/IEC 27001

Synot Games has achieved international ISO/IEC 27001 accreditation, which the company describes as a “important acknowledgment” after a “rigorous certification.”

The corporation claims that by achieving the “extensive requirements of the standard,” it has demonstrated “its commitment to information security standards.”

Furthermore, Synot Games claims that obtaining this accreditation not only enhances existing collaborations but also offers up a slew of new options in regulated areas.

Important acknowledgment

Peter Laurinc, CTO at Synot Games said: “Receiving ISO certification is an important acknowledgment for us and is the result of our team’s dedicated and hard work.

“We have been through a rigorous certification process to ensure compliance is held to the highest regard, which is something we pride ourselves on, and we are committed to continuously improving our security standards.”

Martina Hrabinska, CCO at Synot Games said: “As all legal requirements go, these are not just in place to protect the player. Acquiring ISO certification underpins the company’s status and the trustworthiness of services we provide in a proven secure environment.”

Synot Games has over 60 titles in its catalogue, which are available in 25 languages and are available in over 120 countries. The Malta Gaming Authority and the UK Gambling Commission have both approved and recognised the online casino content provider.

Spain, Italy, Portugal, Sweden, Denmark, Latvia, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Croatia, Greece, the United Kingdom, and Malta are among the countries that have already certified games.

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