URM’s latest case study involves The Woods Group Limited (WGL), a market-leading specialist which works with over 50 charities to help raise over £100 million in fundraising. As it processes a number of payment card transactions, a key standard which WGL needs to comply with is the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). In addition to this and as a remote operating licence holder (External Lottery Manager), WGL is required to comply with the Gambling Commission’s Remote Gambling and Software Technical Standards (GC RTS).
The case study addresses how WGL, having identified a programme of process and internal system changes, not only achieved compliance with both Standards, including being externally assessed, but managed to do so in a very short and challenging timescale. The process not only brought about significant business change and benefit, but also established a strong platform for future growth.
For more details, download a full copy of the case study here.
More URM case studies involving certification to ISO 27001 (International Information Security Management Standard) and ISO 22301 (International Business Continuity Management Standard) can be found here.