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Two International Hotel Brands Affected by Magecart Credit Card Skimming Attack

Both hotels were compromised via their use of a third-party online booking website company call Roomleader.

Information Sharing and Analysis Centers (ISACs) help owners and operators in a specific sector protect data from security threats C

Technology spending and allocations reset as hoteliers put laser focus on driving direct reservations through customer analytics. Sponsored.

Guestrooms of the future must cater to the needs of the constantly connected traveler.

Companies are becoming increasingly more mobile, but investment in mobile security is stuck in park.

Oversharing, careless clicking and pitiful passwords are just some of the ways employees can put their organizations at risk.

Hotels need a toolbelt of various security technologies to prevent malicious attacks.

Public-key infrastructure stores and encrypts consumer login credentials and bankcard numbers in the most trusted area of a consumer’s smartphone; During transactions no sensitive data is stored at the enterprise, none is transmitted over the internet, but the same outcome results and no password is needed.

While it is easy to purchase tablets and build customized apps, Peninsula Hotels found it much more difficult to manage and secure the devices on their own.

Learn how ransomware can affect the hospitality industry and what hotels and restaurants should do to protect themselves.

IoT and a growing use of mobile messaging apps is leading hospitality companies to replace two-way radios with smartphones.

Most hotel management agreements do not specify if an owner or operator is liable for a data breach which could lead to problems after the fact.

WatchGuard Technologies urges action, not panic for IT professionals in face of Sony attack.

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