Paddy Power Betfair strengthens customer data protections with Balabit

FTSE-listed sports betting group Paddy Power Betfair has moved to strengthen its customer data security and regulatory compliance provisions by deploying security intelligence specialist Balabit’s Shell Control Box (SCB).

The integration of SCB provisions will monitor ‘privileged access’ to the operator’s platform systems whilst enhancing security and flexibility of its product development processes.

The SCB monitoring system is compliant with all industry regulatory bodies. The Balabit solution provides comprehensive session recording to provide full assurance that all developers’ activities are monitored, accountable and traceable.

Vasile Dorca, Head of Security Compliance and Assurance at Paddy Power Betfair, commented on the partnership: “We are really impressed with the quality and features available within Shell Control Box; it fulfilled all the important criteria we had in terms of a fast implementation, easy configuration, reliable logging and transparency for users.”

Zoltán Györkő, CEO of Balabit welcomed Paddy Power Betfair as new partner: “We’re delighted that Paddy Power Betfair has selected Balabit’s Shell Control Box to support its product development processes.

“We’re committed to delivering solutions which provide a real return on investment and meet today’s increasingly compliance-driven security requirements. Shell Control Box brings strong levels of security along with improved usability and flexibility so that organisations have the assurances that privileged user activity is fully audited, to fully protect their own customer’s data.”

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