Push Gaming, a supplier of online and mobile games, has been awarded an ISO/IEC 27001 certification for its information security management systems, which recognizes its contribution to the utmost quality standards in business operations.
ISO/IEC 27001 is an internationally identified type of certification that gives the companies a unique chance to control and safeguard their information data, ensuring their welfare and security. Obtaining this certification is crucial for Push, as the company expands into new global markets, and it is often required to comply with regulations in these jurisdictions.
The company’s domestic operations were carefully checked out against the set standards that have a rough evaluation criteria. This was done with an intention to get accreditation that proves that it has met 100+ controls and conditions that are obligatory over a 9-month time-frame.
Push Gaming’s management team, along with all the processes and managements are completely compatible with the asset security practices and procedures (confirmed by the ISO and IEC).
With this certification, the studio can now guarantee its partners that their delicate data is being protected within a secure and stringent environment, which is as carefully controlled and important as the progressing content it provides to them.
Push Gaming’s Director of New Business and Markets, Fiona Hickey, expressed her excitement over the award, stating that it will greatly aid the company’s continued expansion and signify to partners the way they conduct their business. She emphasized the essence of maintaining high standards across the board, enabling them to confidently serve a growing number of operators and players.