An anonymous reader writes: US casino chain Affinity Games is suing Trustwave Holdings, a cyber-security vendor that was brought in to investigate a card breach but failed to detect and stop a malware incident on Affinity's servers, which led to the escalation of a previous card breach. The casino chain noticed the sloppy job a few months later when it hired a penetration testing company to comply with new gaming regulation. Mandiant was brought in to mop up Trustwave's job later on. Affinity is now suing for $100,000 (or more) in damages.
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