BMM Testlabs introduces ‘BIG’

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The world’s original gaming test lab and product certification consultancy, BMM Testlabs, has introduced its newest venture, The BMM Innovation Group, or ‘BIG’.

The new Group provides cutting-edge and protective services centred around technology, cybersecurity, information and virtual education services for the global gaming industry.

Martin Storm, BMM CEO, says: “As the business landscape inevitably changes and we all continue to grow and evolve, we begin to face new challenges. The BMM Innovation Group leverages 40+ years of BMM’s gaming and technology experience to help our clients solve relevant and important business issues.

“The ‘BIG’ idea is aligned to BMM’s vision and is centred around protecting the gaming industry’s future growth, providing a new layer of security and comfort for those that work within it and making sure that we are all informed about relevant issues. By bringing together two of our previously established businesses, BIG Cyber and RG24seven, we are tackling cybersecurity and providing online education for gaming employees – two major components of business continuity in the world post-pandemic.”

Amit Sharma, CEO, BMM Innovation Group, adds: “The BMM Innovation Group will be at the forefront of innovation, providing unique, high quality technical solutions and services, bringing enhanced value to the gaming industry. BIG Cyber, our cyber defence company, is growing rapidly, helping casinos to improve the security and integrity of their networks and systems. BIG Cyber also offers services to monitor, detect and respond to cyber incidents extremely quickly, as well as a fully manned and monitored 24/7/365 Security Operations Centre.”

Wendy Anderson, CEO, RG24seven stated: “RG24seven was established to provide world-class gaming industry training that is easily accessible, 24/7. This training across Responsible Gaming, AML, CSR, sports-betting, Tribal gaming, gaming technology and relevant now more than ever. As we find new ways to access gaming, we have a true need to protect both patrons and employees.”