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LAS VEGAS (April 5, 2016) – Gaming Laboratories International (GLI®), the global leader in online systems and iGaming testing, is proud to announce the release of its newest white paper, “iGaming Information Security Management: Is Your Business Adequately Protected?” There are 5 reasons why you should read it:

It will highlight GLI’s ability to…

  1. Discuss your concerns about network infrastructure security
  2. Advise about data loss from players or your company
  3. Assist you to ensure security when working with third parties
  4. Provide effective personalized planning to maximize system uptime
  5. Work closely with you for continued compliance and ongoing risk mitigation

GLI’s Managing Director of GLI Europe and Africa Martin Britton said, “The growing expansion of iGaming has created an increasing depth of internal knowledge. We can use this knowledge bank to assist suppliers and operators and discuss and advise about security measures to ensure systems and information are protected not just for today but for tomorrow. The first step is understanding the security risks, determine the requirements, discuss system architecture and build a plan specifically around these. This can be a combination of audits, assessments and consultancy. We want our clients to be confident that security breaches can be minimized by having effective and logical controls in place. This is why the GLI iGaming team, headed by our VP of iGaming Salim Adatia, has spearheaded this important white paper.”

In addition to the white paper, GLI has also launched an iGaming webpage with additional information about their unique iGaming services, which can be found at Clients can learn more about GLI’s iGaming team as well as download GLI’s iGaming Standard – GLI-19. The new iGaming white paper can be downloaded from this webpage, too.

Since 1996, GLI has provided independent testing and assessment services for many emerging online gaming jurisdictions. The company serves more than 475 jurisdictions, more than 130 of which exclusively accept GLI certification letters.