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Nambling Notes - June 5, 2008

5 June 2008

William Hill (London: 372.75p / - 2.75 / - 0.73%)

William Hill, the land-based and Internet gambling operator, has employed the services of PGP Corp., a data protection company, to protect the integrity and confidentiality of financial and customer information.

The solution will be installed initially on company laptops, but ultimately William Hill said it plans to use the solution for company-wide data protection.

"We want just one, central management server that can control all encryption applications, rather than lots of dispersed, siloed environments," said Nick Copley, Information Systems Security Manager at William Hill.

"With the PGP Encryption Platform we get whole disk encryption, and can utilize the benefits of the PGP(R) encryption in other information areas in a holistic, single-vendor platform approach."

Cantor Gaming: Launches Internet Poker Room

Cantor Gaming, the London-based gaming affiliate of Cantor Fitzgerald, has launched the second phase of its online gambling offering,

The online poker site runs on the Entraction Poker Network, according to the company.

Cantor released its online casino,, in late April.

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Emily D. Swoboda
Emily D. Swoboda