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If consumers expect a lock on their guestroom door, why not also on the hotel's network?

After a data breach, fraudulent payment chargebacks can spike up to 5% but companies shouldn't accept this as a cost of doing business.

Forty percent of consumers said that they would stop doing business with a company if it had previously suffered a data breach.

Answer questions such as: How did Marriott overlook the breach? What server/software vulnerabilities lead to this type of breach? and What will be the ramifications for the company and its guests?

In particular, loyalty members who use the same passwords for multiple accounts.

Investigation reveals unauthorized access to the Starwood network since 2014.

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

Hospitality organizations must go beyond credit card security to also protect customer personally identifiable information.

Sources indicate the breach occurred on Sept. 11 and was discovered on Oct. 1; no credit card or password information was compromised.

Adds machine learning-based threat detection and response capabilities to protect enterprises from insider threats.

Experts predict how digital guests’ demands are changing how hotel rooms will look and operate differently in the near future.

United States Patent Office (USPTO) recognizes Hotel Internet Services for security protocol developed for the BeyondTV Entertainment Streaming Solution.

Just because you don't do business in the EU or have cyber security insurance does not mean you're protected from GDPR fines.

Lawsuits allege that the hotel exposed employees to a dangerous form of identity fraud and violated the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act.

What industry leaders need to know to protect their organizations, market share, clients and profits.

Small- and medium-size businesses can now offer access and protect assets in one solution.

In many categories such as protecting data transit, maintaining a firewall and protecting against malware, hospitality came in dead last.

From a lack of cybersecurity standards to just "checking off the boxes," hotels and restaurants put themselves at risk when they don't implement high cybersecurity standards.

Many IoT devices may not provide adequate security. Here are recommendations that any hospitality business can act on immediately.

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