Casino customers and employees put at risk after FireKeepers hack

Sloppy security can hit your business hard. If you don’t make information security a board level issue then your company is effectively playing Russian roulette with its future.

Read more in my article on the Hot for Security blog.

Microsoft privacy and surveillance site compromised to promote online casinos

Well, this is embarrassing…

The website set up by Microsoft to fight the United States government on issues of over-reaching surveillance has been hacked.

If you’re a gambler, you don’t want to receive a tip like this from your casino…

Maybe the best advice if you’re going to a casino right now is to leave your credit cards safely at home, and just take a small amount of cash instead.

Hard Rock’s Las Vegas Hotel & Casino hit by hackers

Hard Rock admits that approximately 173,000 unique payment card details were at risk during September 2014 and April this year.

Read more in my article on the Hot for Security blog.

United States blames Iran for hack of world’s largest gambling company

Iran has been blamed by a senior US intelligence official, for launching a damaging attack against the Las Vegas Sands casino corporation.

Casino spam poses as foolproof betting system

Read more in my article at Naked Security.