Mkodo receives certification for geolocation verification services

March 15, 2024 2:59 PM
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  • Rege Behe, CDC Gaming Reports
March 15, 2024 2:59 PM
  • Rege Behe, CDC Gaming Reports
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Mkodo, a supplier of igaming front-end solutions and mobile apps, Thursday announced it has received a ISO27001:2022 certification through geolocation verification service GeoLocs. The certification is a globally recognized standard for information security management systems.

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“This certification reflects our commitment to the highest standards of information security,” said Mkodo Managing Director Stuart Godfree in a statement. “We are proud to join the ranks of elite organizations that have achieved ISO270001:2022, further solidifying our position as a leading front-end, digital UX and geolocation supplier to the igaming industry. Our clients can trust us as a reliable and secure partner in the igaming sector.”

According to the U.K.-based company, Mkodo’s certification validates its rigorous information security management system, and highlights it dedication to safeguarding client data. The ISO270001:2022 certification ensures Mkodo and GeoLocs clients receive enhanced security measures.

The certification process required a thorough examination of information security policies, procedures, and controls, ensuring that there were robust measures in place to protect against potential risks and vulnerabilities, including, unauthorized access, data breaches, and other potential threats.