Trump Hotel properties, including Trump International Hotel in Las Vegas, were hit as part of a credit card breach, affecting reservations made from July 2016 to March 2017.
In a statement on Trump Hotels website, the incident occurred on systems of Sabre Hospitality Solutions, which is used by the company. But the breach did not affect Trump Hotels' systems.
Sabre notified Trump Hotels on June 5 than an unauthorized party gained access to account credentials, including payment card data and certain reservation information, such as name, email, phone number and address. According to Trump Hotels statement, Social Security, passport and driver's license numbers were not accessed.
Reservations at Trump International Hotel Las Vegas between Nov. 18, 2016 and March 7, 2017 may have been affected. In addition, Trump Central Park, Trump Chicago, Trump Doonbeg, Trump Doral, Trump Panama, Trump Soho, Trump Toronto, Trump Turnberry, Trump Vancouver, Trump Waikiki, Trump DC, Trump Rio De Janiero and the Albemarle estate were also hit. For dates of affected reservations, click here.
Sabre has also notified law enforcement and payment card brands about the incident as a cybersecurity firm investigates. According to The Washington Post, 11 Hard Rock hotel-casino properties and 21 Loews Hotels were also affected.
Customers are advised to monitor their account statements for any suspicious or unusual activity and report it to their financial institutions and can also contact the Federal Trade Commission. More details on the breach can be found here.