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Martin Britton, Managing Director of GLI Europe


BulletProof establishing itself firmly in Europe


Cybersecurity firm BulletProof, part of GLI, was at ICE having expanded its capabilities, enabling it to serve a broad range of industries throughout Europe


Martin Britton, Managing Director of GLI Europe, explained that Bulletproof has now served more than 210 different European customers in the gaming industry, adding 117 new clients last year alone. Its recent success includes helping its clients obtain certifications in 25 different jurisdictions, and assisting clients with technical certifications such as ISO/IEC 27001 and PCI DSS.


Bulletproof continues to expand its infrastructure beyond gaming to the banking, financial, health care, and eCommerce industries, among others.


It has delivered more than 27,000 hours of security services for its customers, and discovered and


Smart TiTo and ALEAx disrupt the accepted technology norms at ICE London 2020


At ICE 2020, Smart TiTo exhibited a contactless proof of technology showcase that enables for the transfer of player funds money to back and forth from slot machines via an eWallet. Te company is part of a concerted technology driven push by Smart TiTo’s parent company, Casinos Austria International, to develop technology-led solutions for both its own stable of casinos, and as a solution for the wider gaming community


Tere are multiple regulatory hurdles to overcome before this land-based solution can be considered for use in the wild, but as a proof of concept for the technology, Smart TiTo is seeking to build a head of steam behind a concept that would eliminate the use not just of cash in casinos, but also tickets. “We are creating a payments systems without tickets, without printer downtime and which replaces the current TiTo infrastructure with a SmartPhone App,” explained Smart TiTo’s Harald Legenstein at ICE.


“Players transfer funds to the App, then using NFC at the slot instantly load credits to the machine. Cash out is the same process, eliminating the need for a cash desk and with the system linked to the casino management system, operators have access to player information and data, while players can set their own limits via the App to self regulate their play. Te solution also allows for direct marketing messaging and bonusing.”


Smart TiTo is also working with its sister company, ALEAx, to offer players the convenience of Bitcoin integration, enabling players to pay and play


Harald Legenstein, Patricia Schweizer, Thomas Burgstaller and Thomas Staudacher pictured at ICE London 2020


directly at the slot machine using cryptocurrency.


Players can also play using the same account for both their online and land-based play with the casino, giving them control over their play in both spaces. Players can set limits on their spend and the amount of time they want to play in any given period. It’s a concept that’s especially useful in a market such as Switzerland which has enabled online casino play but reserved licenses solely for land-based casino operators located in the country.


While a perfect solution for this kind of environment, lab approvals and the necessary rules and regulations for certification will need to be negotiated by Smart TiTo before this solution comes to market. A further step is the integration of the Smart TiTo solution with CMS suppliers to ensure compatibility with the multitude of current system solutions on the market.


“As cash disappears from retail spaces, we believe that casinos need to be ready for the next evolution in payment technology,” said Mr. Legenstein. “In order to achieve this, we need to prove that this technology is as secure as Ticket In, Ticket Out and that it’s a viable solution for both casino operators and players. Players already understand this payment technology. We are not reinventing the wheel. Payments via mobiles is an established method that continues to grow in popularity.


“Our big advantage, as a subsidiary of Casinos Austria International, alongside ALEAx, is that this is an operator-led solution that our parent company sees as a necessary next step. We have the opportunity to test Smart TiTo in-house in order to develop and smooth and streamline solution. We plan to conduct a test install within the next six months and seek approvals in Lichtenstein within the next 18 months.”


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prevented more than 1,850 vulnerabilities, of which 180 were high/critical risk.


Additionally, the Bulletproof EMEA group recently renewed its PCI ASV accreditation, meaning the


company has been independently audited and certified to conduct external vulnerability scanning services to validate adherence with the external scanning requirements of PCI DSS Requirement 11.2.2.


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