Harry Flynt’s Hustler Club Steps Up amidst MGM Resorts Cyberattack
Following a cyberattack that threw MGM Resorts’ operations into disarray, Larry Flynt’s strip club has come forward with good news. Aiming to alleviate the inconveniences faced by visitors, the club has rolled out a series of special treats to make visitors’ visits even more memorable.
A True Vegas Institution
The cyber-attack on MGM Resorts earlier in the week led to widespread disruption. Tourists found themselves unable to access hotel rooms or navigate through the check-in process. Even casino slot machines and communication channels were affected, dampening the spirits of those looking for entertainment.
However, Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club, sensing an opportunity to make a difference, swiftly initiated measures to ease the discomfort of both the tourists and the hard-working staff. Brittany Rose, the establishment’s general manager, expressed deep concern for those caught in this unforeseen turmoil, a sentiment captured by TMZ. She highlighted the club’s desire to improve the overall experience of visitors and provide solace to the diligent employees managing the crisis.
Visitors over the age of 21 who have been impacted by this cyber incident are in for a treat. By showcasing evidence of a legitimate hotel booking at any MGM establishment post-September 10, they can avail a range of benefits.
This includes transportation from the airport, baggage storage facilities to counter check-in hold-ups, an enticing $1,200 platinum VIP membership, and complimentary lap dances. However, tourists are reminded that this enticing proposition lasts only until September 24.
MGM Cyberattack Revives Saturday Gaming
While many faced challenges due to the cyber breach, the city’s adult-themed venues experienced a windfall. Strip Club Concierge, another nightlife hotspot in Las Vegas, noticed a spike in patrons, reservations, and transportation service requests post the attack. Performers, too, reaped the benefits, with some reportedly earning an additional $2,000 nightly.
The cyberattack targeting MGM Resorts International is suspected to be the handiwork of the Scattered Spider group. This group is known to use social engineering techniques to capture login details and OTPs.
This digital invasion has severely impacted MGM’s operations, with evident declines in stock prices, disruptions in email and web services, and potential financial setbacks. Moody’s, a credit rating agency, has also flagged potential negative implications for MGM’s credit rating, citing vulnerabilities in security. This incident is similar to previous cyber breaches faced by other establishments, such as Caesars Entertainment.