Burnett said Sands has confirmed that hackers did not compromise these two areas.
"The Affinity case looks a lot different," Burnett said. "That's more akin to what happened with Target. But that's not what happened at Sands according to our information."
"While we have been able to confirm that certain core operating systems were not impacted by the hacking, the company remains focused on working through a step-by-step process to ascertain what, if any, additional systems may have been impacted," the statement said.
Gaming regulators are now working to ensure Sands did everything possible to protect employee information. The hackers, whose identities remain unknown, posted what appeared to be employee
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