The online gambling platform SuperCasino, has notified its users about a data breach which exposed their sensitive information.
In an email sent to users, the organisation stated that it had suffered a “security incident”, to which the personal data of its customers has been exposed to an unauthorised person.
Following a detailed investigation, SuperCasino confirmed that the exposed information included usernames, names, email addresses, telephone numbers, residential addresses, dates of registration and some internal activity classifications.
“Rest assured that our investigations show that your credit card, payment information, password and copies of any documents sent to SuperCasino have not been accessed and remain secure,” the email read.
SuperCasino are advising its users to reset their passwords for their site and on other frequently visited websites – in order to protect them from potential credential stuffing attacks.
In addition, users are urged to pay attention to any emails they receive asking to change their passwords, usernames, any payment methods or even requesting them to transfer money to a new bank account.
SuperCasino has notified the Malta Information and Data Protection Commission (the IDPC) and the Malta Police about the incident.