MGM Resorts has announced that their gaming floors are now open and fully operational. Guests can enjoy a wide variety of slots, table games, and poker rooms while using slot dollars and freeplay. The slot ticket-in/ticket-out systems are also running smoothly, providing a seamless gaming experience.

This announcement comes after MGM Resorts was hit by a cyber attack last week. The attack caused disruptions to the company’s systems, impacting the functionality of slot machines and necessitating a temporary shutdown of internal computer systems. MGM Resorts quickly responded to the situation by launching an investigation with the help of leading cybersecurity experts. Law enforcement has been notified, and measures have been taken to protect systems and data.

The cyber attack is believed to have been carried out by a group called ALPHV, who used ransomware to infiltrate the resort’s computer systems. As a result, hotel room pass cards, the booking system, and gaming machines on the casino floor were temporarily disabled.

It’s important to note that this incident follows a similar cybersecurity breach at Caesars Entertainment. While Caesars Entertainment chose to pay a ransom to prevent disruptions, MGM Resorts took swift action to investigate and resolve the issue without compromising their operations.

Cybersecurity incidents can happen to any organization, as shown by the system outages experienced by Gateway Casinos in Ontario in April 2023, which forced temporary closures of their locations.

At MGM Resorts, the focus remains on providing an exceptional gaming experience for their guests while prioritizing the safety and security of their systems and data.

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