If you visited or worked at Casino Rama Resort in the last 12 years, you might want to keep an eye on your bank accounts, credit cards and other financial information.
The entertainment resort released a statement informing the public of an alleged cyberattack that they only became aware of on November 4th.
The statement says the resort is working with Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) and the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario, and have alerted the Privacy Commissioner of Canada and the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario.
The announcement refers to a hacker who has made claims to hacking IT information, financial reports, resort email, patron credit inquiries, collection and debt information, vendor information and employee information including performance reviews and payroll data.
The hacker says the employee information was obtained between 2004 and 2016, while other information was obtained between 2007 and 2016.
Casino Rama say they do not believe the hacker has continued access to the system, and that cyber security experts doing a once over on the resorts system to neutralize and safeguard from further attacks.
Officials from the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Commission say the attack was site-specific, meaning other casinos are not affected.
Police are investigating.