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TribalValue, part of the Native American gaming organization TribalHub, announced Thursday that it has entered into an agreement with Bulletproof, a division of Gaming Labs International. Bulletproof representatives will be available for discussion and consultation at the upcoming TribalNet conference at the Las Vegas Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, November 5-8.

Bulletproof experts will be at the company’s booth, #99, during the conference. Show attendees can pre-book a one-on-one 30-minute Security Aware demo covering cybercrime targets and tactics on Nov. 6 and 7.

Decision makers for Tribal casino & gaming operators, particularly those in finance and IT, are encouraged to visit the Bulletproof portal through TribalValue before making any further security or compliance decisions.

“The modern gaming industry (isn’t) a game,” Melissa Aarskaug, Bulletproof’s VP of Business Development for the United States, said in a statement. “We work to streamline IT (and) help keep the game fair and secure, and ensure that your processes and infrastructures set you up to succeed.”

“(Bulletproof) offers a variety of specialized services, including security ops, IT & cybersecurity, education services, quality assurance and testing, and governance, risk and compliance.”

For nearly three decades, Gaming Laboratories International has worked closely with tribal gaming enterprises across the US and Canada. In that time, Bulletproof has performed hundreds of cybersecurity assessments for the gaming industry.

TechBeacon.com reports that the average time to detect an incident in an organization’s network is over 191 days, resulting in the potential for significant damage to the organization’s data or reputation.