cTrader Recognized with an Award for Following ISO 27001:2013

Maria Nikolova

cTrader has been certified with ISO standards since 2012, successfully completing all audits.

Spotware, an award-winning trading technology provider, has recently attended the Annual Quality Assurance Conference, where cTrader, Spotware’s trading platform, has received the award for its outstanding implementation of ISO 27001:2013 for the Information Security Management System it employs. cTrader has been certified with ISO standards since 2012, successfully completing all audits.

Charalampos Konstantinidis, Information Security Officer at Spotware, who has received the award on behalf of the company, stated:

“We have always been committed to protecting our company’s information and the information of our clients. By following the ISO 27001:2013 and also being in line with all the applicable laws and regulations, such as GDPR, our users and stakeholders can be sure that all the company’s information systems, data and procedures supporting the business processes of cTrader are safe, and a secure enterprise-level cloud infrastructure solution for the FX Trading Platform suite and associated services is provided.”

The event was held on the 11th of June at the Hilton Cyprus Hotel in Nicosia. It was organized by the Cyprus Organization for Standardization (CYS) and the Cyprus Certification Company (CCC), with the spokesperson of the President of Cyprus Mr. Nicos Anastasiades, Mr. Prodromou, honoring it with his attendance and greetings.

  • About Spotware



Spotware is an award-winning financial technology provider specializing in complete business solutions and complex custom development projects that add value to their clients. It is best known for its flagship product, cTrader, a premium FX and CFDs trading platform offered by leading brokers and trusted by millions of traders worldwide. Spotware has been raising the standards of the online trading industry since 2010 providing constant innovation ever since. Founded on the values of transparency and Traders First™ approach, the company develops products that are responsive to the changing demands of business and regulatory landscape and serve the long-term interests of all market participants.

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