MGM Resorts has reported a Cyber Security issue

Cyber Security issue that could potentially have a broad and significant impact

s various hospitality, gaming, and entertainment properties across the United States. Some of the company’s websites experienced outages late on Monday, prompting them to advise customers to make room bookings and reservations by phone.

In a statement issued on Monday evening, MGM Resorts stated that the issue was still ongoing, but their casino gaming floors remained operational.

As a precaution, some of MGM’s systems were shut down to safeguard data, and the company initiated an internal investigation with the assistance of “leading external cybersecurity experts.”

Both the FBI in Las Vegas and the Nevada Gaming Control Board did not respond to requests for comment regarding the situation.

Heller proposed that artificial intelligence could offer companies a rapid and cost-effective means of detecting breaches and isolating their impact.

Josh Heller, the manager of information security engineering at the wireless technology company Digi International, pointed out that modern cyberattacks can swiftly propagate through organizations via seemingly legitimate emails that trick employees into revealing their passwords.