Hospitality and retail companies are among the top seven targets for hackers, and the amount of data that gaming companies keep on their customers makes them extra vulnerable, an expert on cybersecurity and data protection has said.
“We keep a lot of data, making it easy for hackers to get the data quickly,” Jeffrey Greene, a partner with Greenberg Traurig in Boston, said Friday at a University of Nevada, Las Vegas William S. Boyd School of Law conference on artificial intelligence, biometrics and big data in the gaming industry.
Greene cautioned attendees that the threat landscape has changed as different groups target gaming and other companies with more sophisticated attacks.
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