CHECK US OUT AT THE NASPL ’22 Professional Development Seminar!

Taking place from July 25-29 this unique event is designed to bring together lottery industry employees at all levels in a small-group, firsthand format, allowing for candid discussions and information sharing among participants and providing attendees with tangible ideas about how to take advantage of the industry’s biggest opportunities and find solutions to its greatest challenges.

There is no better way to promote communication within the lottery industry, provide education through real-world problem solving, hear case study presentations, and experience unsurpassed networking opportunities.

Gus Fritschie, VP of Security ServicesOur VP of Information Security Services, Gus Fritschie, will be speaking on a panel at 3:15 p.m. on Tuesday, July 26. The panel session, Evolving Lottery, Evolving Risk, will discuss how lottery operations have changed in many ways since the last in-person NASPL PDS in 2019. At the same time, the complexity and risk to business related to cybersecurity has also changed and increased. From larger attack footprints due to distributed workforce, to cashless technologies, iLottery, and the increased number of vulnerabilities and potential risks in the supply chain as illustrated by the SolarWinds breach. There has never been a more critical or more opportune time to think about security and hear how others in the Lottery sector are addressing these concerns. Don’t miss this exciting and informative panel session! 

Our BP Account Executives, Sean Athey and Pat Costaregni will also be in attendance for the conference and would love to get in contact with you while you’re there! Book a meeting with them today and get caught up with today’s most up-to-date cybersecurity info! 

Pat Costaregni                            Sean Athey                    

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Westin Copley Place | Indianapolis, Indiana
Panel Session: Evolving Lottery, Evolving Risk
Tuesday, July 26, at 3:15 p.m. EDT