New Compliance Testing Service from eCOGRA

New Compliance Testing Service from eCOGRA Third party compliance testing company, eCOGRA announces the expansion of its services to include the vulnerability and penetration testing required in some jurisdictions such as United Kingdom, Italy and Spain.

Chief executive officer Andrew Beveridge said, "In order to effectively service our clients across multiple regulated jurisdictions, it was necessary for us to have the professional capability to provide the full suite of services required by licensing authorities, without the need for our clients to involve additional third party contractors.

"Our ability to now perform vulnerability and penetration testing complements our other in-house services such as games and platform testing, RNG and RTP monitoring, information security audits and Alternative Dispute Resolution."

Business development manager Shaun McCallaghan will manage the new eCOGRA services.

"In order to meet this demand, we’ve put together a first rate team of individuals with Big 4 auditing firm and online gambling industry backgrounds, including Ethical Hackers, ISO 27001 Lead Auditors, Vulnerability Assessors and Certified Information System Auditors," he said.

  • eCogra services was designed, to protect/help to protect software providers/operators from risk/risky factors such as DDos attacks/Phishing/Money laundering via online operated banking/e-wallet systems, fair gaming factor and much more. LCB is posting loads of new articles and the range various from beginners to professionals. Not seeing any big problem, while You can choose, what is most important/actual for Yourself.
  • Vulnerability and penetration testing analyzes risks/threats to the applications of online providers. Such testing is required in various jurisdictions so the operators/service providers can adjust procedures and build stronger protection against attaks. I think this is great considering DDoS attacks are on the rise. Operators are losing money and spending way too much time fighting off malicious attacks on their software.
  • Are these articles written for run of the mill LCB'ers without a technical background in computer software and gambling applications; or are many of them more geared to professionals who will understand the terminology employed? For example, I have no clear idea of what vulnerability and penetration testing is; vague notions of protection of players personal information against hacking come to mind, but nothing concrete materializes. RNG and RTP monitoring are also completely indecipherable to this lay reader. Is it possible to make such article more accesible to the uneducated and uninitiated reader such as myself? If time and other resource constraints aren't prohibitive an article explaining what these things are and why they matter to the ordinary player could be interesting and informative and perhaps useful in appreciating the role eCOGRA plays for example.

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