Hard Rock Las Vegas Reports Card Data Breach

Dow Jones Business News reports:

The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas said Monday that customer payment-card data was accessed after malware was placed on the resort’s payment-card system, becoming the latest hotel to report such a breach.

The company said the card-scraping malware identified data including cardholder name, card number, expiration date and internal verification code, in some cases. Hard Rock said that cards used at some restaurant and retail outlets between Oct. 27 and March 21 could have been impacted. The number of potential cards impacted wasn’t immediately disclosed.

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There’s a notification on their web site and a copy has been sent to the California Attorney General’s Office and the Oregon Attorney General’s Office. (pdf)

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