Golden Race gains ISO certification

Virtual sports and betting technologies provider Golden Race has continued to uphold transparency after being awarded the ISO 2700:2013 certification – strengthening the firm’s IT security profile.

The accreditation, issued by the internationally accredited testing lab and inspection body Quinel, ensures Information Security Management System compliance with the standard of ISO 27001:2013.

“This is another great step in reassuring our commitment with the highest international quality standards in information security,” explained Martin Wachter, Golden Race’s CEO & Founder.

“We are very proud of obtaining such an important certification, as a reaffirmation for the trust that our partners, customers and workers have on us.”

ISO 27001:2013 will allow Golden Race to manage the security of third party information such as financial and legal assets as well as personal details.

It demonstrates that Golden Race has endorsed ‘best software practices, encrypted communications, strong backup systems and processes to avoid the know-how to be stolen’.

Golden Race hopes that with the new accreditation, it can continue ‘its path to ensure honesty, transparency and other best practices while minimising security threats in every business area’.

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