Topic: Credit Card Security
The Radisson hotel chain is notifying customers of a data breach after members of its Radisson Rewards program were compromised in a security incident.
The information never touches the call center infrastructure and agents never see or hear the details.
Hackers exploited a web app vulnerability on a FastBooking server to pilfer names, email addresses, booking information and payment card data.
Hotels are a growing target for fraudsters, and the industry needs to deploy strategies and tools to address and minimize the risk of attack.
Hotels are responsible for processing and protecting a range of sensitive customer data, and with increased travel comes heightened security threats to the hotel industry.
The breach affected an older website and the platform of an unnamed business partner and included people’s names, dates of birth and email addresses.
Sertifi enables the Best Western Plus Gateway Inn & Suites in Aurora, Colo., to eliminate on-site storage of signed forms, minimizing PCI risk and liability.
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.