NMi granted extended certification for Danish market

News on 4 Nov 2014

NMi Gaming has had its accreditation to cover testing and certification of all elements of the new Danish Gambling Authority (DGA) Certification Programme extended.

The Programme released by the DGA recently and the extension of scope was granted to NMi after an audit and review by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS).

The DGA have described the new Programme, which becomes mandatory for any certification activities carried out from 1st January 2015, as “better suited for the execution of supervision” and also as creating “a better base for the future development of the Programme”.

Andrew Rosewarne, Managing Director for NMi UK commented: “We are delighted to have been accredited in accordance with the revised certification framework from the Danish Gaming Authority. We have been working with UKAS for several months to get to this point and I believe we are one of the first in the world to gain approval for the new standard.

The new Programme implements changes to requirements for RNGs, penetration testing and vulnerability scanning, virtualised server environments (Cloud), along with a number of clarifications and minor updates.

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