Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas said a malware attack may have allowed hackers to steal credit card information used at its retail and service locations.
The attack, discovered on April 3, was limited to credit or debit card transactions between Sept. 3, 2014 and April 2, 2015, at the company's restaurant, bar and retail locations, including the Culinary Dropout Restaurant.
Transactions at the hotel, casino, Nobu, Affliction, John Varvatos, Rocks, Hart & Huntington Tattoo or Reliquary Spa & Salon were not affected, it said.
The potential breach may have included names, credit card numbers and their CVV security codes but not PIN numbers or other sensitive customer information, the company said in a statement.
This month there was reported a breach within the Trump Hotel Collection.
It started with reports from U.S. banks that discovered a pattern of fraudulent debit and credit card transactions that had one common denominator: the cards were used at Trump luxury hotel properties around the country.
“Like virtually every other company these days, we have been alerted to potential suspicious credit card activity and are in the midst of a thorough investigation to determine whether it involves any of our properties,” said Eric Trump, executive vice president of development and acquisitions at Trump Organization. “We are committed to safeguarding all guests’ personal information and will continue to do so vigilantly.”
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