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Each month we share new information and ideas on how to protect casinos against cheats, thieves and advantage players. In February each year we bring the industry together for the World Game Protection Conference.
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(08/01/2012) By Bill Zender
Social engineering is the art of manipulating people into divulging confidential information (in the case of computer hacking), performing an action or agreeing to an arrangement that is not in their best interest. There's an old adage that covers this situation: "If it looks too good to be true, normally it is too good to be true."
(08/01/2012) By Jeff Murphy
Surveillance is at a tremendous cross-road toward determining who we are and what we are going to be within the casino industry. The talent pool is far from desirable as the sheer number of casinos is so extreme there simply isn't enough talent to satisfy the growth. Maybe it's time for extreme change?
(08/01/2012) By Willy Allison
If your CEO gave you the authority to change anything in the casino to make it more secure against cheats, thieves and advantage players - what would you do?
(11/02/2012) By Willy Allison
The Atlantic City shuffling debacle made headlines after 14 gamblers won $1.5M as a result of the manufacturer failing to shuffle the pre-shuffled cards ordered by the casino. Manufacturer shuffled cards is a relatively new concept in the casino industry but is the risk greater then the reward?
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