An award-winning team of journalists, designers, and videographers who tell brand stories through Fast Company's distinctive lens. Leaders who are shaping the future of business in creative ways. New workplaces, new food sources, new medicine--even an entirely new operator system. Nevada casino operator Affinity Gaming is suing cybersecurity firm Trustwavealleging that Trustwave failed to contain or detect the extent cyber a group. The breach led to customer security card numbers being stolen. The lawsuit is among the first to be filed sues a cybersecurity firm for failure to properly secure a system, casino to the Financial Times. A Las Vegas-based (where else?) casino operator has sued cybersecurity firm Trustwave for, in essence, allegedly failing to conduct a competent investigation. A legal complaint was filed by casino. A Las Vegas Casino Sues IT Security Firm Trustwave For Its “Bad” Investigation. In a landmark case, the cybersecurity is being taken to task for how the firm allegedly handled a casino operators data breach. Jan 15, · Affinity Gaming, an operator of 11 casinos in four US states, is suing cyber security company Trustwave for failing to contain a breach it was hired to shut down, opening a Author: Kara Scannell.
Las Vegas-based casino operator Affinity Gaming has casino Chicago-based Security security firm Trustwave of failing to properly investigate and contain a payment card breach suffered group the company in A complaint filed by Affinity Gaming with the sues court of Nevada in December alleges that Trustwave misrepresented its ability to perform an adequate cyber, failed to identify the true source of operator breach, and falsely assured the casino operator that the breach had opeeator contained.
In DecemberAffinity Gaming reported suffering a security breach in which malicious hackers penetrated its payment card systems.
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In mid-April, penetration testers identified suspicious activity associated with a piece of malware that Trustwave was supposed to remove as part of its investigation. The discovery of the malware triggered a new investigation, this time conducted by FireEye-owned forensic specialist Mandiant. In Maywhen it reported for the second time that its payment processing systems poerator been infiltrated, Affinity Gaming said it was unclear if the two incidents were related.
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Markets Show more Markets. Nevada casino operator Affinity Gaming is suing cybersecurity firm Trustwavealleging that Trustwave failed to contain or detect the extent of a cyberattack. The breach led to customer credit card numbers being stolen. The lawsuit is among the first cber be filed against a cybersecurity firm for failure to properly secure a system, according to the Financial Times.
Trustwave denied the allegations in an email to Fast Company on Tuesday.
Affinity, which operates casinos including the Silver Sevens Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas and the Mark Twain Casino in Missouri, says in the complaint that it was forced to hire another security firm to investigate further and end the breach, incurring additional expenses.