Nevada moves against cyberattacks

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Regulations on cybersecurity designed to defend operators and their data from attacks that would compromise casinos have been passed by the Nevada Gaming Commission.

With effect from January 1, casinos will be asked to carry out a risk assessment on their systems during next year and take precautions to protect customers’ information and that of employees. Any breach would have to be reported to regulators within three days.

The move came following BetMGM reporting that some personal information was hacked and similar breaches of confidentiality had occurred at DraftKings.

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