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Featured In The Financial Times: MGM Data Breach Analysis

''As MGM Resorts International and the FBI investigate a crippling hack at one of the world’s largest casino operators, a tantalising clue has appeared on an underground forum for buying and selling stolen credentials.

On September 1, operators of a Telegram channel called Spider Logs, run by cybercriminals who harvest and resell logins, passwords and other information from compromised computers, sold a data set that contained the credentials of a mid-level IT engineer at MGM, according to London-based Dynarisk, a cyber security company.

Another 95 MGM employees had their login credentials stolen and resold in the same data set, as did some at Caesars Entertainment, an MGM rival that disclosed in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing on Thursday that it too had been hacked in recent weeks''...

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