November 14th, 2016
In a statement from November 11th, 2016 Casino Rama says they have evidence the hackers have released the stolen customer, employee and/or vendor data on the Internet.
November 10th, 2016
What's the issue?
Today Casino Rama Resort has reported that on November 4th, 2016 they became aware of a cyberattack to their internal computer systems. At this moment, how the cyberattack happened is still under investigation but Casino Rama did say the damages include "the theft of (past and present) customer, employee and vendor information."
In a statement on Casino Rama's website, more details about the extent of information stolen by the hackers are presented:
The hacker claims to have accessed information that includes Casino Rama Resort IT information, financial reports regarding the hotel and casino, security incident reports, Casino Rama Resort email, patron credit inquiries, collection and debt information, vendor information and contracts and employee information including performance reviews, payroll data, terminations, social insurance numbers and dates of birth. The hacker claims that the employee information dates from 2004 to 2016, and that some of the other categories of information taken date back to 2007.
What should I do?
If you are a customer of Casino Rama Resort, stayed at their hotel, or attended a show, as a precaution you should monitor your bank accounts, and credit card statements for any suspicious transactions and activities. For more information on this matter, go toCasino Rama Resort - Important Cyber Issue Information
If you are concerned about identity theft, visit Public Safety Canada's Get Cyber Safe for more information.
Casino Rama Resort - Important Cyber Issue Information