Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands luxury resort revealed on Tuesday that 665,000 of its customers are impacted by a recent data breach.
The incident affects Marina Bay Sands’ shopping loyalty program members. There is no indication to date that the Sands Rewards Club casino rewards program was impacted as well.
The resort, which is owned by US casino and resort giant Las Vegas Sands, discovered on October 20 that an unauthorized third-party had gained access to shopping membership program data on October 19 and 20.
The attacker gained access to information such as name, email address, phone number, country of residence, and membership details. The company said it had found no evidence that the exposed data was misused to “cause harm to customers”.