Topic: Credit Card Security
The Las Vegas resort implemented an online payment and posting software product to enhance the security of consumers' credit card information.
The agreement with New York and Vermont is a result of two separate data breaches discovered in 2015 that exposed more than 360,000 payment card numbers.
The Rail payment platform has been approved to process chip and signature payments and enables dining guests to control the entire payment process.
Hyatt revealed it suffered a breach of its payment systems, exposing customer credit card data from 41 hotels in 11 countries worldwide.
Two Roads Hospitality has notified customers that hackers gained access to personal guest information between August 2016 and March 2017.
Four Seasons and Trump Hotels are the latest hotel companies to be hit with a data breach via their third-party hotel reservations provider, Sabre.
The two hotel companies have warned customers that a security failure may have resulted in the theft of their information.
Data breaches are inevitable, and hoteliers can no longer sit back, wait for them to happen and then focus on damage control.
The SynXis CRS breach may have exposed consumers' payment card data and personally identifiable information.
IHG released data showing that cash registers at more than 1,000 of its properties were compromised with malicious software designed to siphon customer debit and credit card data.