BetTech Gaming, the global provider of turnkey gaming solutions to market-dominating clients, has partnered with Telspace Systems to significantly boost its security operations.
Telspace Systems has been awarded a multi-year contract to conduct round-the-clock attack and penetration testing and analysis. They will also run vulnerability assessments and source code reviews, handle large, complex transactional systems and provide training.
The preventative measure will benefit all of BetTech’s betting and gaming operator customers, ensuring their players receive industry-leading protection against cyber crime.
“Telspace Systems has an impeccable reputation,” said BetTech Gaming chief technology officer Ian Barnes. “They make organisations as unattractive to online criminals as possible and keep all sensitive financial and client data safe. We have partnered with them to give the highest possible level of security to BetTech as well as our customers and their organisations.”
Telspace Systems was established in 2002 and is based in Johannesburg, South Africa, with a presence in United Kingdom, Botswana, United Arab Emirates, and Brazil. It services high-profile casinos and banks, and telecommunications, petroleum, and insurance companies around the world.
Chief executive officer Dino Covotsos commented: “There is no room for complacency when it comes to online security. New software vulnerabilities are found daily and attacks can immobilise a business – the potential financial costs are huge so it is always best to take the strongest possible precautions.”