Cyber-security is no longer an issue that impacts the IT and or Security departments. Executives, General Managers and all operational staff need to be aware of the risks and threats to the sensitive data at their properties as well as the controls in place to protect this information.
Casinos collect a lot of sensitive information, such as names, addresses, dates of birth, driver’s licenses, and payment card data of their patrons. This information is stored within the various systems, such as player tracking systems. Data breaches are common news occurrences these days, and the information stored on Casino networks are exactly what malicious employees and hackers are looking for. This session will provide information on threats impacting the casino industry in which fraudsters and hackers are accessing information systems and stealing data. We will also discuss the cybersecurity controls and best practices that need to be in place to protect information in the casinos custody as well as outline the importance of Cyber Education for an organization and how managing their compliance of this training is paramount.
Kevin Sweeney - Director of Security, BCLC
Andrew Jefferies - VP of managed Services, Bullet Proof Solutions
Laurie Fisher – Account Executive, GLI