APCW Wall of Shame: U.K. Parliament
Remember when, back in the day, you lived in fear of your mother discovering your internet browsing history?

After being inserted at the last minute into an unrelated port security bill, the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA) was signed into law on 13 October 2006. In addition to closing down U.S. online gaming sites upon its enactment, federal prosecutors used the UIGEA as a criminal prosecution strategy against operators who continued to offer online gaming in the U.S.

APCW Wall of Shame: Christiaan Alexander Van Dalen (Betsson)
We've always been told that retagging players was impossible. So how did a Betsson affiliate manager do just that to the tune of €153,000?
Topic: Security

A detailed how-to guide lays out tips and tricks for webmasters to detect and prevent hacking attempts.
Topic: Security

Security sometimes gets short shrift in the iGaming industry, but it's an important component of customer service.
Topic: Security

Security is not just a necessary evil for website owners. A solid security system is critical in building customer confidence.
Topic: Security

APCW Wall of Shame: Bet24
Bet24 reports that its customer information was hacked... a whopping 19 months ago.
Topic: Security

Catania Consulting dishes on the probe it conducted on behalf of the Kahnawake Gaming Commission to vet UltimateBet and Absolute Poker.
Topics: Other | Poker | Security

Distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks are a growing weapon of choice used by organized groups to target vulnerable Web services, particularly when an outage could result in millions of dollars in lost revenues.
Topic: Security