Casino Rama Resort became aware that it has been the victim of a cyberattack that resulted in the theft of past and present customer, employee and vendor information by an anonymous threat agent.
The hacker claims to have accessed information that includes Casino Rama Resort IT information, financial reports respecting 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 employee information dates from 2004 to 2016, and some of the other categories of information taken date back to 2007.
As a precaution, Casino Rama Resort is advising customers, employees and vendors to monitor and verify all bank accounts, credit card and other financial transaction statements and report any suspicious activity to the appropriate financial institution.
There is no indication that the hacker continues to have access to the system. It is possible, however, that the hacker will publish information that was stolen. Casino Rama Resort’s internal teams have been working with cyber security experts to neutralize the issue and provide further safeguards to the system since becoming aware of the situation on November 4th, 2016.