Iowa Admin. Code r. 491-13.6 - Testing
Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 20, April 6, 2022
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13.6(1) Initial testing. All equipment and systems integral to the conduct of sports wagering and advance deposit sports wagering shall be tested and certified for compliance with commission rules and the standards required by a commission-designated independent testing laboratory. Certification and commission approval must be received prior to the use of any equipment or system to conduct sports wagering. The commission may designate more than one independent testing laboratory.
13.6(2) Change control. The licensees and advance deposit sports wagering operators shall submit change control processes that detail evaluation procedures for all updates and changes to equipment and systems to the administrator for approval. These processes shall include details for identifying criticality of updates and determining of submission of updates to an independent testing laboratory for review and certification.
13.6(3) Annual testing.
a. A system integrity and security risk assessment shall be performed annually on the advance deposit sports wagering system.
(1)The testing organization must be independent of the licensee and shall be qualified by the administrator.
(2)The system integrity and security risk assessment shall be conducted no later than 90 days after the start of the licensee’s fiscal year.
(3)Results from the risk assessment shall be submitted to the administrator no later than 30 days after the assessment is conducted.
b. At the discretion of the administrator, additional assessments or specific testing criteria may be required.
[ARC 4618C, IAB 8/28/19, effective 7/31/19; ARC 5016C, IAB 4/8/20, effective 5/13/20]