In 2005, the Gambling Act came into force, designed to set out a legislative structure that included measures for player protection that could cope with modern electronic gambling. However, the increasing pace of technological change has led to concerns that this legislation has fallen behind..
During February, we’ve seen the tech industry warn ministers not to drop EU data laws when Brexit eventually kicks in. We’ve seen the biggest ever DDoS attack, and we’ve seen a robot autonomously open a door while giving us flash backs to one of the more recent Black Mirror episodes (for those..
Looking back over 2017, we can see it has been another year highlighting the importance of good cyber security and procedure with the cost of ransomware attacks estimated to cost $5 Billion alone.One particularly critical issue is the recently discovered Meltdown and Spectre bugs affecting CPUs...
The month of May has been an eye-opening month for both businesses and consumers on the danger of not patching critical systems, the worldwide ransomware attack dubbed “WannaCry” that began on 12th May spread to over 150 countries in a matter of weeks. A fix had been released by Microsoft in March,..
Companies that are built on their technology platforms, whether online gaming giant or fintech startup, need to have confidence that they can keep things running at speed, all the time. Sites and apps that run slow, or don’t run at all, lose the edge over competitors and our customers tell us this..
November has been a busy month for security updates in the world of IT with a rise in concern over privacy and how new laws being passed will shape the near future.