Published: 09 February 2021 by Imogen Moss
“The Gambling Commission (Commission) has updated the Testing Strategy for compliance with the remote gambling and software standards in respect of the annual information security audit.
All remote operators handling customer data with an information management system must undergo an annual security audit in line with the Remote Technical Standards. The first audit is due within 6 months of launch and then audits must take place upon annual basis by the anniversary date set by the Commission.
Currently there is a requirement for operators to upload the security audit via the Commission e – services system but this is set to change.
Licensees will still be required to ensure that:
The updates to the procedures which come into force on 1 April 2021 are:
You can read more here.”
For further information on this or any other gaming licensing issue, contact solicitor Imogen Moss.
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