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Security Matters

March 19, 2019 No Comments

Featured article by Sally Jones, Independent Technology Author

As technology advances in ever increasing leaps and bounds, numerous businesses have been able to expand all over the world. This is something that would have never have been imagined before the invention, development, and adoption of the internet.

In fact, businesses can now employ remote workers from about the globe to form a perfect team for specified requirements, working via the internet expands businesses far more quickly than the norm, creating more profits which results in further employment.

Unfortunately, anyone or any business that makes use of the internet also has to deal with that criminal element who would enjoy nothing more than to get any information that would further their own cause.

Today, app loom large in most online lives, more so than they used to, even so the basic internet safety rules have not changed and must be adhered to as hackers are still on the lookout for any personal information, whether you are a remote worker, working from home or you are playing on a pay by mobile casino website

Allowing players to fund their personal account at their favourite online casino using their monthly phone bill or deducting the cost of games from a pay-as-you-go balance is one of the ways that gambling sites are striving to make playing safer for their customers.

Being able to use a phone in order to pay for casino games means that players do not have to give the online casino site any of their banking details at all, so if by any chance their accounts are compromised then the hackers will not find anything of interest.

Good news for both the company and the players, and paying for games using a mobile phone is becoming one of the most popular methods of funding personal accounts online.

Any business that values their customers should remind them to keep any personal information professional and limited as there is no need to know personal backgrounds addresses or enterprises.

Keeping privacy setting on can make marketers lives a little more frustrating but it also helps to cover against potential hackers as both can learn a great deal from browsing and social media usage.

Information needs to be shared via the internet so a higher level of cybersecurity is important for any business so potential is reached in a safe way.

Again, if we look at the field of online casino game providers there are many safeguards put into place to ensure player and casino security. For instance, regulation have to be followed in order to gain a gambling license which can be revoked if it is found these rules have been transgressed

Encryption codes are used, so are independent auditors to ensure that the random number generator used to roll the virtual dice, wheel or reels or deal the cards is both true and fair.

Being able to play in an environment that is enjoyable, entertaining and safe is vital and proving that you can provide that product openly by providing top of the range cybersecurity and encryption technology means that no data can be stolen.

 

 

 

 

DATA and ANALYTICS , SECURITY

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