Casino and sportsbook operator group Soft2Bet has been
accredited with the leading information security certification, ISO 27001.
The notable achievement demonstrates the group’s commitment to robust business processes,
including the development of online gaming products, data base security, support, and technology
infrastructure, as it looks to expand its operations across Europe.
It also certifies the company’s in-house developed IT products, such as the Soft2bet gaming platform
and its websites, as well endorsing the trademarks it manages.
Boris Chaikin, CEO at Soft2Bet, said:
“We’re very pleased to have been awarded the ISO certification
and receive formal recognition of our robust commitment to protecting customer data and running
our business the right way.
“When it comes to good practice in the workplace, we measure ourselves against the highest
international standards and are confident that this approach will facilitate our expansion into new
ISO certification also facilitates the process of applying for licenses in new territories, revealing the
company’s commitment to enter regulated markets.
Regulators are increasingly acknowledging the value of the ISO 27001 accreditation, with many now
waiving certain security auditing requirements if the relevant parties are certified.
Among Soft2Bet’s consumer-facing brands are Malina Casino, Campobet, Zulabet, Wazamba,
Nomini. Its also has its own affiliate programme, 7Stars Partners.