Migliaccio & Rathod LLP is involved in the MGM Resorts International data breach investigation, for a cybersecurity incident affecting an unspecified number of individuals and their personal information. Affected are MGM’s Las Vegas resorts including Aria, the Bellagio, Luxor, MGM Grand and Mandalay Bay. TechCrunch reported that additional regional resorts that are potentially affected include MGM Springfield in Massachusetts, MGM National Harbor in Maryland, and the Empire City Casino in New York.
MGM posted the following notification of the incident on Monday, September 11 via X (formerly Twitter).
In previous cybersecurity incidents and data breaches, victims have noticed identity theft attempts related to their personally identifiable information ranging from fraudulent charges on bank accounts or credit cards, to unauthorized credit card applications, to medical services or government services ordered in their name, to their information being posted on the dark web, to a massive uptick in the number of spam text messages, calls and emails received.
Have you experienced any issues with your personally identifiable information through MGM Resorts International or received a data breach letter, email, or other notice?
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