Marina Bay Sands     , a luxury complex in Singapore owned by Las Vegas Sands Corp, recently experienced a data security breach. This breach involved unauthorized access to the personal data of approximately 665,000 members of the Sands LifeStyle rewards program.
On October 19-20  , an unauthorized third party gained access to the personal data of approximately 665,000 members of the Sands LifeStyle rewards program at Marina Bay Sands. The compromised data included names   , email addresses    , mobile numbers , phone numbers    , countries of residence   , membership numbers   , and tiers   . Marina Bay Sands became aware of the breach on October 20 and took immediate action to resolve the issue . They promptly informed affected members via email on November 7 , assuring them that their personal data was not affected and there is no evidence of misuse by the unauthorized third party . It is important to note that the personal data of customers not involved in the rewards program was not affected , and the casino rewards program data remains unaffected as well . Marina Bay Sands has reported the incident to relevant authorities and is fully cooperating with their inquiries. They have also advised affected members to monitor their accounts for suspicious activity and regularly change their log-in pin.
This data security breach at Marina Bay Sands has raised concerns about the protection of personal data and the potential for unauthorized access. While the breach did not result in any evidence of misuse, affected members are advised to remain vigilant and monitor their accounts for any suspicious activity. Marina Bay Sands has taken immediate action to resolve the issue and has reported the incident to relevant authorities. This incident    , along with similar hacks on MGM International and Caesars Entertainment , highlights the ongoing threat of cyber attacks and the need for robust security measures to protect personal data.