Cybersecurity provider Druvstar is expanding its reach into more US iGaming states. The company recently secured new licenses in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Arizona. That doubles the North American markets the company can work in, as it is also licensed already in New York, Washington state, and Ontario.
In both New Jersey and Pennsylvania, Druvstar is now licensed to provide security assessment services such as “penetration testing” and “vulnerability discovery”. With that licensing, the company can now provide services to licensed online sportsbooks, online casinos, and online poker rooms.
In Arizona, Druvstar now possesses a temporary license as an Event Wagering and Fantasy Sports supplier from the Arizona Department of Gaming.
“Regulatory bodies provide a central role in ensuring that players enjoy a responsible, fair, and secure wagering experience.” stated Manjit Gombra Singh, DruvStar’s CEO and founder. “Thanks to these approvals, DruvStar is now able to provide an additional level of protection for the players and operators, by securing the technology environments for gaming and sports betting.”
Druvstar’s expertise extends beyond just the gambling industry. The company offers its security services to health care companies as well. Both companies possess extremely personal customer information, so the importance of using safe, approved, and regulated security companies is paramount.