In fact, the online poker industry, which was thriving before April 15, 2011, when all of the major sites were shut down by the Department of Justice, has taken many steps to protect the game. Just like the credit card industry, it has statisticians on the back end constantly checking for anomalous results. Additionally, all of the major online poker sites utilize secure connections using SSL and certificates, and they use proprietary, home-grown client applications rather than standard Web browsers whose security flaws are widely known. The online poker systems that I have examined employ much more sophisticated security measures than I have seen in many other industries. Furthermore, there are new research opportunities for providing even better protection for online poker, for example, by separating out sensitive information (such as one's hole cards) from the public information (such as a poker table) and displaying the cards on a separate, protected device. Further research is sure to yield additional security measures that could apply to other industries as well.