Casino Owner Argues Cybersecurity Firm Is Liable For Data Breach Costs
Mealey's (April 6, 2016, 2:14 PM EDT) -- LAS VEGAS — A casino owner argues in an April 4 brief in Nevada federal court that it properly asserted fraud and negligence claims against a cybersecurity firm that it says conducted inadequate investigation and remediation of a 2013 data breach, asking the court to deny the security firm’s dismissal motion (Affinity Gaming v. Trustwave Holdings Inc., No. 2:15-cv-02464, D. Nev.).
(Opposition to dismissal motion available. Document #97-160428-012B.)
Affinity Gaming owns 11 casinos in four states, including four in Nevada. Affinity says that in...