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Cybercriminals began gathering credit card data in June 2017, began selling it on the "dark web" in December 2017.

Typical enterprises, including those in hospitality, are staffed with only enough security analysts to act upon half of the received cyber alerts, which often allows cybercrime to occur undetected for weeks or months at a time.

Version 4.0 is its biggest software release in nearly 10 years for AccessEnforcer UTM Firewall.

6 strategies to help operators offer guests a more secure IoT network.

After installing 576 access points at its 815 room resort, the peak number of devices concurrently connected to the network rose from 800 to 3,800 while trouble tickets were reduced to nearly zero per week.

The average PII record is sold for $39 on the black market while IT professionals believe it to be worth $1,198.

It continues to be a competitive market for technology talent, with 61% of hiring leaders saying that it's somewhat or very challenging to find skilled IT professionals.

It continues to be a competitive market for technology talent, with 61% of hiring leaders saying that it's somewhat or very challenging to find skilled IT professionals.

Prior to partnering with Netwrix Auditor, PCI compliance took the hotel chain several months.

EventTracker 9 improves productivity with a modern, intuitive, and customizable interface and enhances common workflows with more efficient storage and search technology.

Check-in counters, guest services desks and in-room phones to be replaced by facial recognition, VR and AI.

41 hotels in 11 countries had their payment systems hacked and customer credit card data exposed.

The event will offer advice and best practices ahead of major changes impacting the hospitality sector next year.

Guests using the restaurant's mobile app or website to place an order during a 28-hour period might have had their credit card information compromised.

Hospitality continues to be targeted by cybercriminals and both hotels and restaurants continue to fall short when protecting guests' data.

It can take SMBs up to three years to recover from a data breach resulting in loss of reputation and revenue.

The partnership also aims to serve as a catalyst for growth, innovation and competitive differentiation.

The hospitality industry’s rapid push to digitalization means that it is still playing catch-up on the security front.

Hospitality continues to risk consumers' personal data by declining to encrypt data at the POS.

Hotels that offer secure high quality Wi-Fi and frictionless digital interaction will be more likely to attract and retain loyal guests.

Jeffery Kent, CIO, American Blue Ribbon Holdings will share lessons learned from breach attempts on his own company.

Netsurion will be the exclusive provider of network security and compliance services.

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