The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has published a White Paper proposing major reforms to Malta’s Gaming Legal Framework.
The purpose of this change is to move towards a streamlined approach in terms of licence activities, which in turn will assist operators and software providers achieve Regulatory goals in a more efficient timeframe.
The countdown to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is underway. The new regulations will cause disruption to how businesses store, manage and process personal data. Businesses need to respond now, to make sure they are compliant by May 2018.
Malta’s iGaming industry is evolving from fledging upstart to mature market, but companies may have a thing or two to learn from the island’s successful finance sector, says Vladimiro Commodini of RSM.
Read more here
Cyber-attacks have been on the rise in the past 12 months, and business organisations in Malta have not been spared from this digital global reality. Local organisations large and small have seen an increase in sophisticated and targeted security attacks, ranging from sophisticated phishing email attacks to malware attacks in the form of ransomware.