Sports betting odds company Don Best has warned clients that it suffered an information breach for the duration of its integration with new owner Scientific Games Corporation.
Last week, customers of Don Best Sports Corporation and DBS Canada Corporation suggested receiving emails caution them of a “facts safety incident” that passed off ultimate October. The incident wasn’t discovered till overdue December, during the Don Best agencies’ integration with new proprietors Scientific Games.
The electronic mail claimed that “unauthorized people” had accessed a Don Best database due to a “malware attack” that took place among October 12-28, 2018. The unauthorized person(s) is believed to have accessed statistics which includes client names, addresses, phone numbers and personal names (electronic mail addresses) and passwords.
The Don Best email burdened that while the database in the query also stored credit score card data, “our research shows that no credit score card statistics changed into accessed or acquired.” Don Best stated it’s miles resetting all consumer passwords and has taken other “steps to eliminate the malware and to similarly enhance the safety” of its community.
Don Best counseled any clients who suspect they will be the victims of identification robbery to alternate their passwords, freeze credit score reports and get in touch with the proper authorities. Don Best said it takes the safety of its customers’ private statistics seriously and “deeply regret[s] the inconvenience this may motive.”
Sci-Games completed its acquisition of Don Best final November as part of the organization’s growing emphasis on sports activities having a bet. Sci-Games’ SG Digital department boasts the OpenBet sports activities betting platform following the organization’s 2017 acquisition of NYX Gaming Group.
Don Best elements real-time sports activities betting and pricing facts to over 100 sportsbook operators around the world. Under the new possession, Benjie Cherniak oversees the Don Best team beneath SG Digital’s senior VP of sportsbook Keith O’Loughlin.