Altenar receives certification for data protection and system security

Altenar has secured an ISO IEC 27001 certification, as it prepares to move forward with its expansion plans later this year.

The firm’s internal processes were subjected to a test against ‘strict assessment criteria’, requiring compliance with 114 controls and seven clauses over a nine-month period. 

Altenar also undertook a series of internal audits prior to the certification process, which it stated had demonstrated how it operates  to high standards of data and protection and system security to its partners. 

Konrad Pizzuto, Director of Technology Operations, Altenar, said: “We are delighted to have received our official ISO27001 certification, it truly is proof of all the hard work that goes on behind the scenes here at Altenar. 

“The timing is ideal as it sets us up perfectly during a period where we are excited about continued growth and expansion.”

Altenar is moving forward with its international growth plans, with the firm’s Chief Commercial Officer Domenico Mazzola outlining to SBC News in April that Italy, Spain, the Uk and South America are its target markets. 

Missoula detailed that Altenar considers itself as ‘representing the top one or two sports betting suppliers’ in these regions, and that the company expects to be live with more customers by the close of the year. 

Securing the ISO IEC 27001 was ‘integral to going live across multiple global markets’, according to Aletnar, due to guaranteeing that senior management, operations and controls are compliant with the International Organisation for Standardisation and the International Electrotechnical Commission’s data protection practices. 

Pizzuto concluded: “We see this as the perfect endorsement of our tier one credentials, as it showcases our commitment to external audits of both our systems and processes, we are able to highlight our credentials as a forward-thinking supplier that is able to offer one of the best sportsbook platforms in the world.”

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