Internet Vikings, the leading supplier of first-to-market licensed in-state hosting for the sports betting and iGaming sector, today announced its strategic use of Cloudflare, Inc., the security, performance, and reliability company helping to build a better Internet. For Internet Vikings, this marks a significant step forward in fortifying cybersecurity measures within the online gaming industry.
By building a robust cybersecurity solution across the Cloudflare network, Internet Vikings equips its customers with the industry’s most enhanced protection against DDoS attacks and with Cloudflare Magic Transit protections.
According to Internet Vikings’s high standards, cybersecurity remains at the top of their priorities. The engagement with a top-of-the-line security provider such as Cloudflare demonstrates its active commitment to protecting its clients against the ever-growing cyber threats. Now, with Cloudflare’s Magic Transit, Internet Vikings can further anticipate and mitigate potential DDoS attacks directed at its customers with more efficiency than ever.
“We are always in search of new opportunities to deliver more comprehensive services to our clients,” said Internet Vikings’ CEO Rickard Vikström. “I am convinced that equipping our systems with Cloudflare is the best step for Internet Vikings to have taken towards improving cyber security within the industry. It will not only allow businesses to avoid financial and reputational damage, but guarantee the players a better and uninterrupted gaming experience.”
“Protecting the sports betting and iGaming industry requires businesses like Internet Vikings to have a robust cybersecurity and performance solution. There are an increasing number of attacks across the industry, with Cloudflare blocking on average 124 billion cyber threats each day globally,” explained Andy Lockhart, Vice President EMEA at Cloudflare.
Cloudflare plays a large role in protecting the Internet while ensuring it is reliable and fast for users worldwide, and this is done with Cloudflare’s network that’s one of the largest in the world, spanning more than 300 cities in over 100 countries.