Cyberattack On MGM Leaves Thousands Of Guests On Vegas Strip Locked Out Of Rooms

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  • Thousands of guests at MGM Resorts in the Las Vegas strip have been locked out of their hotel rooms after the company was hit with a cyber attack, according to reports.
  • MGM Resorts International has about 48,000 rooms on The Strip. The company’s properties include Mandalay Bay, the Bellagio, Luxor and MGM Grand, among others.
  • The outage, first detected on Sunday night, has affected company emails, reservations, room keys and casino slot machines.
  • MGM said it’s working with police after identifying a cybersecurity issue.
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