Console & Associates, a legal company located in the United States, suggests that there are indicators of Caesars‘ intention to divulge details of a recent breach in an impending regulatory filing. It can be recalled that the corporation has not provided formal confirmation of the issue, but fears over a potential data breach at Caesars have been raised.
According to reports, Caesars experienced a cyberattack and allegedly made a payment of up to $15 million as a ransom in order to restore control over its systems. In contrast to MGM, which is now facing ongoing challenges related to system difficulties resulting from a similar cyber assault and is reportedly not having made any ransom payments, Caesars’ systems seem to have successfully recovered and resumed regular operations.
However, Console and Associates also raise an important inquiry about whether the hackers were able to get access to any sensitive customer information that may have been kept on Caesars’ computer network. However, at this stage, it is premature to determine if a data breach at Caesars has really taken place.
In the case of a security breach, it is emphasized by the law firm that in accordance with federal legislation, the corporation is legally obliged to provide notification to individuals whose personal information may have been compromised. Hence, it is recommended by Console & Associates that individuals who are notified by Caesars about a potential breach should take measures to protect their personal information. It is also suggested that they promptly consider reaching out to a data breach attorney, as affected individuals may have legitimate reasons to pursue financial restitution.
Original story by: Asia Gaming Brief
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