Trump Hotels Hit With Another Data Breach
Trump Hotels Hit With Another Data Breach

Trump International Hotel Las Vegas. Photo courtesy: Tony Webster

Trump Hotels is recovering from its second data breach, potentially leaving customers’ debit and credit card information exposed.

The news comes just six months after the company first found malware on its computers.

So far, the company has released minimal information about the cyber-attack. Eric Trump, Donald’s son, said the FBI and Secret Service are investigating the incident and "committed to safeguarding all guests' personal information and will continue to do so vigilantly."

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