As large parts of the gaming industry have now moved from physical casino floors onto digital platforms, the risks have also followed: earplugs and fake chips have been replaced by denial of service attacks, sophisticated hacks and user account fraud. With large amounts of sensitive customer financial data and more transactions per minute than many banks, today's online gambling and casino services are ideal targets for cyber criminals looking for big payoffs.
- 84 %
- of all Swedes have low confidence that gaming companies will protect their information from misuse and intrusion
- 89 %
- would change their existing gaming provider if they were found to have misused personal data
- 11 %
- is the expected annual grow rate for the iGaming industry between 2020 and 2027
Protecting sensitive personal and financial information
Preventing DDoS attacks (denial of service attacks)
Detect and respond to intrusions
Avoiding security flaws in software development
Meeting compliance requirements
The gaming industry is highly regulated and subject to a range of compliance requirements related to security, both international and regional. In addition to a valid gaming license granted by the national gaming authorities, the gaming industry has many compliance frameworks to consider.
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