Las Vegas Sands Hotels and Casinos - 12/02/2014

Las Vegas Sands recently launched an investigation into a security breach of several of their casino websites.  Both the Venetian and the Palazzo had the homepage of their websites hacked and there could be others. Currently it is unknown if credit card information and/or customer data was compromised. The hackers responsible for the breach posted employee information including email addresses and Social Security numbers, on the website for the Sands Casino Resort in Bethlehem. The hackers also posted an image of Sands Chairman and CEO Sheldon Adelson posing with the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu.In additional to Las Vegas and Bethlehem, websites for casinos in Macau and Singapore were also hacked.UPDATE (2/28/2014): Las Vegas Sands Casino released a statement that the attackers who breached the company website did compromise customer and employee data, which included Social Security numbers, driver's license numbers and a mailing database. The data breach affected customers at their location in Bethlehem Pennsylvania. They are currently investigating their additional locations to see if similar data was affected. Origininally the company had communicated that customer data was not affected.