DruvStar has gained regulatory approval from the Nevada Gaming Control Board and the Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw Indians to bring its gaming cybersecurity services to Nevada and Oregon.
The cyber defense solution provider, which primarily focuses on Tribal and Gaming industries, will now be able to extend its operations to gaming operators in the two states as it seeks to safeguard the industry from cyber-attacks and data breaches.
DruvStar is seeking to capitalize on the Nevada opportunity that has arisen following the new regulations that require operators to secure their IT infrastructure from cyber attacks.
The mandate enforces operators to carry out risk assessments and monitor and evaluate cybersecurity risks to their business operations. DruvStar has several products including Threat Insights, Security Assessments and DataVision which are built to help support operators fulfil these requirements.
“DruvStar is dedicated to delivering the highest level of cybersecurity services in the gaming industry,” said Manjit Gombra Singh, DruvStar’s CEO and Founder. “We are thrilled to expand our services to Nevada and Oregon to assist gaming operators meet regulatory requirements, and help establish cybersecurity best practices.
“Our mission is to make the gaming industry more secure and resilient against cyber attacks and data breaches.”