Marina Bay Sands (MBS) got hacked 665,000 Customer records stolen


The Singapore-based luxury complex Marina Bay Sands revealed it was hit by a security incident that exposed the personal data of 665,000 customers.

According to a statement published by the resort, the incident occurred on October 19-20 and involved unauthorized third-party access to its non-casino customers’ loyalty program membership data.

The leaked data included personally identifiable information (PII), such as customers’ names, email addresses, phone numbers, country of residence, membership numbers and tiers.

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