Online casino tech supplier mkodo mets global security standard

Mkodo is the owner of geolocation verification service GeoLocs

B2B online casino tech supplier mkodo has met an internationally recognized standard for information security management systems.

The London-based company, which also provides geolocation services, has received ISO27001:2022 certification for its iGaming services, which are leveraged across Canada by a bevy of operators. The certification solidifies the ability of mkodo and its geolocation brand GeoLocs to deliver strong security measures for their portfolios of clients.

“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.”

Mkodo underwent an arduous certification process, which included an evaluation of information security policies and procedures. The supplier also had to present plans to protect clients from data breaches and other potential threats.

Mkodo bolsters geolocation business

Earlier this month, the company agreed to a deal to provide its GeoLocs services to High Flyer Casino. The Ontario-based iGaming brand is owned by Ellipse Entertainment and offers a safe and fraud-free environment for players through GeoLocs’ services. GeoLocs also ensures High Flyer Casino meets the regulations and requirements of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario.

GeoLocs also has deals with other operators in Ontario, including Jumpman Gaming. The geolocation brand provides services to Jumpman’s recently announced The Six Gaming.

The Six Gaming is an iGaming operator that provides access to a variety of games, including slots, bingo, table games, and progressive jackpots. GeoLocs has also secured deals with Rootz and Casumo, which have operated in Ontario since November 2022.

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