In December, the Indigo Sky Casino and Resort and Outpost Casino, both owned by the Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma, were the victims of data security incidents, leading to the potential compromise of customer and employee personal data. Indigo Sky first noticed unusual activity on its network and promptly launched an investigation into the matter. The property took steps to safeguard its systems and sought the assistance of law enforcement and a forensic security company, ultimately discovering that a third party had breached its systems and accessed sensitive documents.
The compromised data may have included names, social security numbers, and driver’s license numbers, but Indigo Sky clarified that no banking or financial information was acquired. As a result, individuals whose data may have been compromised were contacted via mail and offered complimentary credit monitoring and identity theft protection services. The casino also advised affected individuals to remain vigilant, review their account statements and credit reports, and report any suspicious activity to their financial institutions and law enforcement.
Indigo Sky emphasized the importance of protecting one’s identity and suggested referring to the Federal Trade Commission’s tips on fraud and identity theft for further information. Customers and employees were encouraged to contact Indigo Sky for additional support and guidance in response to the data security incidents.