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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.

Are Your Guests at Risk From These Six Common Wi-Fi Attacks?

One of the most prolific attacks is more than 20 years old, is easy to perform with novice skills  obtained on YouTube, and can be done with perfectly legal Wi-Fi hacking tools.

Certification is Cvent's second security compliance achievement in 2019 after receiving its ISO 27001 Certification in April.

Translation experts don't always possess the technologies necessary to keep guest data safe.

Data included names, addresses, phone numbers, and emails.

This roadmap outlines how to build a foundation for growth with flexible and connected architecture.

Survey reveals how CISOs are shifting priorities and security strategies to manage increasingly advanced threats with limited resources

Guide will help hospitality companies better understand and prepare for California Consumer Privacy Act compliance.

The UK's ICO says it intends to levy a £99M ($124M) fine on Marriott for its Starwood data breach affecting 30M EU residents.

Hotels can take four important steps to help combat increasingly complex cyberattacks.

Netsurion

How PCI DSS, Point-to-Point Encryption (P2PE), Managed Firewalls, and Advanced Threat Protection work together to secure your business.

The company is being fined approximately $0.31 per exposed EU guest record.

The CCPA was written in less than a week but its ramifications for non-compliant hospitality organizations could be severe.

Advancements in connectivity, from cloud services to IoT, are ushering in a new wave of capabilities that require hotels evolve beyond a traditional, centralized IT design.

Shred-it's 2019 Data Protection Report reveals more than half of all large U.S. businesses who suffered a breach say it was a result of external vendor errors.

Malware was installed on the POS at locations in 20 states.

Technology has become critical to attracting and retaining hotel guests, and today that means investing in a wide range of solutions that create immediate and personal engagement. With rising expectations, surprise and delight has been replaced by expected and assumed.

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