MGM properties shuts down after MASSIVE CYBERATTACK

MGM Resorts, operator of hotels like the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, has announced that it is experiencing a cyberattack that drastically impedes its business. Major systems are impacted at its hotels and casinos as well as online, including its main website, online reservations, and in-casino services, like ATMs, slot machines and credit card machines. Some guests reported problems with room keys. MGM said that the attack began on September 10, and systems remained down as of September 11.

This is a huge, expensive disaster for MGM with this cyberattack not only impacting their hotel business but their casinos too.

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