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Levi & Korsinsky seek victims of Caesars Rewards Casino data breach to join lawsuit

Updated:2024-03-25 14:10    Views:59

The breach, which occurred on 7 September 2023, targeted the popular loyalty programme, Caesars Rewards, run by Caesars Entertainment.

Law firm, Levi & Korsinsky, is actively seeking individuals affected by the recent Caesars Rewards Casino data breach to join a potential lawsuit.

The breach compromised the personal information of over 65 million Caesars Rewards members, including their names, birthdates, social security numbers,Table games driver's licence data and other government-issued identification numbers.

Levi & Korsinsky is investigating to determine if those affected are entitled to compensation. If individuals have received a notification about the data breach, they are encouraged to reach out to the law firm. There is no cost or obligation to participate in this process.

The potential compensation is intended for Caesars Rewards members who were notified about the data breach of their personal information.

Hackers often target such breaches to acquire personal information for illicit purposes, such as selling it on the dark web, committing identity theft, or engaging in financial fraud. In such cases, the company may be held liable for failing to adequately protect the privacy of its customers.

This announcement comes in the wake of a series of recent data breaches affecting companies within the gaming and entertainment industry. Both MGM Resorts and Caesars Entertainment have faced class-action lawsuits, alleging their failure to adequately protect customer data during cyberattacks in September. These breaches exposed loyalty programme customers to the risk of identity theft.

Despite the legal actions, both companies reported substantial financial results for the respective quarters following the breaches.