Cache Creek Casino Resort reopened this week after a three-week closure due to a major computer systems failure.
YOLO COUNTY, Calif .– Cache Creek Casino Resort reopened after an attack on its computer network forced a three-week closure.
Cache Creek posted on Instagram on Monday: “Great news! Our amazing teams and partners have completed the work necessary to get us back to normal business operations. With this, we are delighted to announce that Cache Creek Casino Resort is now open!”
The casino was forced to close on Sunday, September 20, when officials said the casino was hit by an outage that impacted all of their systems.
“In a year that has been so filled with continued challenges, I am grateful to put this temporary closure behind us,” said Kari Stout-Smith, COO and General Manager of Cache Creek Casino Resort, in a press release. .
Cache Creek later stated that the cause was “an external attack on our computer network”. The investigation into the attack is still ongoing.
In the update released on September 30, the casino said it was working with security experts to determine if the personal information of guests or employees was exposed. Cache Creek said if this is the case, it will notify those affected in writing.
ABC10 has contacted Cache Creek Casino Resort to see if any personal data has been exposed but has not yet received a response.
When the casino closed, Cache Creek released its “Department of Information Technology and Repair Experts Meticulously Checking Data and Working to Create a New, More Secure Environment with Stronger Security and 24/7 Monitoring / 7 “.
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