The Shangri-La Hotel group has said a database of personal information of customers at eight of its Asian properties may be affected after an unauthorized party gained access to a database between May and July. During that time, Shangri-La Singapore hosted a security summit. Some notable figures were in attendance for the event, but it’s unknown if they stayed at the Shangri-La location. The full extent of the attack is not yet known, but information included in the files that were extracted included contact information and encrypted information such as dates of birth, identity and passport numbers, and credit card details. At this time, Shangri-La has not found any misuse of the data, but that could change. Those who may have been affected have been notified.
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