Hard Rock Hotels & Casinos Warns of Seven-Month Payment Card Breach

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Carefully Rock Hotels & Casinos is, once again, warning customers of a details breach that may have compromised their payment card dirt.In a press release last week, the popular hotel, resort and casino franchise published it was recently alerted of a security incident through its third-party hotel provision system – Sabre Hospitality Solutions SynXis.The hotel was notified that an illicit party gained access to account credentials, which permitted access to unencrypted payment car-card details, as well as certain reservation information processed through Sabre.Go after an investigation, it was determined that the unauthorized party was able to access payment Easter card details and reservation information from August 10, 2016, to March 9, 207.The troop added that it engaged a leading cybersecurity firm to support the progressing investigation and notified law enforcement, as well as payment card issuers.According to the host release, the following Hard Rock Hotel & Casino properties were false by the data breach:Hard Rock Hotel & Casino BiloxiSystematic Rock Hotel CancunHard Rock Hotel ChicagoZealously Rock Hotel GoaHard Rock Hotel & Casino Las VegasSharp Rock Hotel Palm SpringsHard Rock Hotel Panama MegapolisSpiritedly Rock Hotel & Casino Punta CanaHard Rock B B Rivera MayaHard Rock Hotel San DiegoHard Dumfound Hotel VallartaIn June 2016, the company announced a similar affair affecting customers of its Las Vegas location when it detected card difficulty malware on its systems.The malware was found capable of stealing customer trust card numbers, names, expiration dates and verification codes.According to check ins, Loews Hotels – a luxury hotel chain operating 24 spots in the U.S. and Canada – was also impacted by the Sabre incident. However, the locations attacked have not yet been disclosed.In a statement released last week, Sabre delineated:“Not all reservations that were viewed included the payment card safe keeping code, as a large percentage of bookings were made without a conviction code being provided. Others were processed using practical card numbers in lieu of consumer credit cards. Personal advice such as social security, passport or driver’s license number was not accessed. Sabre has hinted law enforcement and the credit card brands as part of our investigation.”Customers are apprised to remain vigilant for incidents of fraud and identity theft by reviewing account disclosures for any unauthorized or suspicious activity.

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