Regulators across the U.S. are invited to attend GLI’s annual Regulators Seminar on July 7 at the Westin Copley Place in Boston. Held the day before NCLGS’ Summer Meeting, the Regulators Seminar features top thought leaders and influencers from across the industry spectrum who will provide illuminating insights into three of today’s most urgent issues: Tribal gaming regulation, modern payment technologies, and sports betting and online gaming products.

Gus Fritschie, VP of Security Services

Our Bulletproof VP of Security Services, Gus Fritschie, will be speaking on a panel during the seminar on July 7, from 12:30 p.m.-1:20 p.m. ET. The panel will discuss building an effective framework for network security is a challenging task. It requires specialized, highly trained technology professionals that are difficult to recruit and retain. We will discuss mitigating security risks in a constantly evolving environment and explain the rationale for the formation of the Regulators Network Security Task Force. The panel includes other leading experts who will discuss the processes regulators will use to oversee third-party resources and the responsibilities and expectations placed on operators and technology providers.



Scott Melnick

After Gus’ session, head over to our Principal of Security Research and Development, Scott Melnick’s panel session from 2:30 p.m.-3:20 p.m. ET. This panel will discuss how technology is changing how we connect with the world and how the world connects with the gaming industry. Efficient and secure transference of funds forms the cornerstone of wagering, allowing payments to move seamlessly through various gaming environments. This session will explore methods to secure and regulate wallet transactions, including NFT and cryptocurrencies. Our panelists will illuminate the latest payment methods advancements and the benefits and challenges these currencies introduce.

The Regulators Seminar is free to attend and is presented by Gaming Laboratories International. While registration is free, space is limited, so register today.

Are you looking to register for the NCLGS? Use code BOS-GLI to receive a $75 discount off your registration.


Westin Copley Place
Boston, Massachusetts