Noble House updates data-protection efforts

The most recent addition to Noble House Hotels & Resorts’ growing collection, L’Auberge Del Mar in Del Mar, Calif., joined the portfolio in May 2019. Photo credit: Noble House Hotels & Resorts

Noble House Hotels & Resorts, a hotel ownership and management group with an upscale portfolio of 20 U.S. properties, is enhancing its data-protection efforts by shifting from Venza’s Denali program to the more advanced Everest program. 

The Venza Everest program addresses payment card industry requirements and helps hotels better safeguard their properties while satisfying compliance regulations.

The Everest package includes a policy template library, phishing campaigns, posters/job aids, webinars, internal vulnerability/breach scanning and data-breach coverage. Additionally, the Noble House properties will participate in PCI self-assessment questionnaire preparation, external approved scanning vendor scanning (quarterly), endpoint protection, logging/alerting services and PCI SAQ portal access.


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“Noble House requires a security vendor that is not only an approved qualified security assessor but also knows how to work with each of our properties on a unique basis guiding them to satisfy compliance,” Jason Moll, Noble House Hotels & Resorts’ VP of rooms and technology, said in a statement.

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