The PayGamble.com website provides information to users regarding payment methods used for online gambling and betting. It is designed to assist users with information about payment providers that offer their services in online casinos and betting websites. PayGamble.com may provide links to external websites that also serve this purpose. PayGamble.com contains paid advertising. If you sign up and deposit through our site, we will earn a commission from our partners.
PayGamble.com’s objective in managing information security is to ensure its core and supporting business operations continue to operate with minimal disruptions. PayGamble.com shall ensure that all information used or stored by PayGamble.com has absolute integrity and availability. PayGamble.com shall guarantee that all relevant information is managed and stored with appropriate confidentiality procedures.
This Policy aims to protect the organization’s information assets from all internal or external threats, deliberate or accidental. It is the Policy of the organization to ensure that:
- Confidential information must be accessed only by persons that require access, always following the principle of least privilege.
- Stability, security and availability of our information must be kept consistent when affecting changes to PayGamble.com’s systems.
- The integrity of our user and business information must be maintained at all times.
- To be the industry-leading platform and media provider delivering world-class security solutions to our gambling partners and their customers.
- Compliance with gambling regulations and other legal requirements for our various licenses must always be in place and integrated within our systems and business processes.
Risks at PayGamble.com are managed through an Information Risk Management Framework adopted to ensure the timely identification and appropriate treatment of such risks, enabling the business to adopt a risk-based approach integrated into their decision-making processes.
The PayGamble.com website may read some information from the users’ computers. The website or linked transactional websites may create and place cookies on the user’s computer to ensure the user does not have to answer challenge questions when returning to the site. This cookie will not contain personally-identifying information and will not compromise the user’s privacy or security.
It is the responsibility of each member of staff to adhere to the Information Security Policy. All managers are directly responsible for implementing the Information Security requirements within their respective teams. The Management Representative has direct responsibility for designing, planning, implementing and operating the ISMS within PayGamble.com.
The Internal Audit Committee has direct responsibility for verifying the effectiveness of the information security management system. This Information Security Policy is subject to review when significant changes occur.
PayGamble.com maintains a cohesive and professional appearance on its website. The goal is to maintain a relatively simple user interface to ensure that the website is easy to navigate for online users at all experience levels. Security on the website and protection of member information is the highest priority in the layout and functionality of the site.
Changes to PayGamble.com will be executed by the PayGamble.com Marketing Department, another trained and qualified employee, or a specialized firm or individual they may retain, and only with the explicit approval of the President/CEO or senior executive designated. Website changes require two parties to implement. The PayGamble.com website is reviewed annually by a third-party compliance expert.
This Policy establishes guidelines concerning communication and updates of PayGamble.com’s public-facing website. Protecting the information on and within PayGamble.com with the same safety and confidentiality standards utilized in all PayGamble.com businesses is vital to PayGamble.com’s success.