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NetEnt enters the regulated market in Switzerland following new global ISO 27001 certification

NetEnt has been awarded the global standard ISO 27001 certification. Following the ISO 27001 certification last week NetEnt’s online casino games are now available with gaming operators Grand Casino Luzern and Grand Casino Baden in Switzerland.

The ISO 27001 certification is granted to companies that are committed to information security management. The testing and certifying covers everything from protecting sensitive information, to development, infrastructure and network configuration. By meeting the extensive requirements of the standard, NetEnt has proven its commitment to information security management.

“The ISO 27001 certification is an important acknowledgment for us and is the result of dedicated and hard work from our team. We pride ourselves on being a reliable, trustworthy and secure partner to customers and players,” says Henrik Fagerlund, Managing Director of NetEnt Malta.

The certification also means that NetEnt can now unlock entry to new regulated markets and WLA procurements that previously were not possible. For one, NetEnt now proudly announces that it has entered the regulated market in Switzerland. Following the ISO 27001 certification last week, NetEnt has now launched its games with both Grand Casino Luzern (on the Paf platform) and Grand Casino Baden (on Gamanza’s platform). NetEnt is also on track to go live with several other licensed Swiss operators in the coming months.

“We continue to deliver on our strategy to grow by strengthening our position in regulated markets. We are very pleased to take this step into the Swiss market and look forward to launching our award-winning games with even more operators soon,” says Henrik Fagerlund.

As Red Tiger also offers their solution to markets that require ISO 27001 certification, the NetEnt group can now present its full portfolio of games to markets that require such certification.

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