Data breach at military resort in Germany leaves soldiers open to identity theft

Martin Egnash reports:

The Armed Forces Recreation Center Edelweiss Lodge and Resort is investigating a data breach that left some guests open to identity theft.

At least 18 guests — primarily soldiers and retirees — who stayed at the resort between November 2017 and February 2018 reported that their credit cards were misused after their stays.

The data breach, which was caused by a malicious program at one of the resort’s work stations, seems to be limited to credit card information.

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