MGM Resorts Data Breach Exposes Guests' Personal Details

By Ben Kochman (February 20, 2020, 9:50 PM EST) -- Hotel and casino giant MGM Resorts International has admitted that it suffered a data breach last summer that exposed the personal details, including names and contact information, of what one cybersecurity researcher said was more than 10 million guests.

An MGM spokesperson confirmed Thursday that the company last summer discovered "unauthorized access" to a cloud computing server that stored guests' phone numbers, addresses and other personal data. The company did not disclose the number of guests affected, but the technology website ZDNet and a security researcher with the soon-to-be-launched firm Under the Breach reported Wednesday that stolen data from 10.6 million guests was published...

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