Topic: Credit Card Security
In today’s technology-abundant world, cybersecurity has become a critical undertaking for companies across all industries—including hospitality.
Virtual credit cards are created for a single transaction up to a certain amount and are only active for a designated period of time.
The security incident, which occurred on a third-party service provider network, affects more guests than initially disclosed.
Card-skimmers may have impacted close to 200 hotel properties and their customers.
The UK Information Commissioner’s Office intends to levy a $123 million fine over a security breach involving a Starwood reservations database.
The company's president, Joshua Bergen, stresses the importance of education in ensuring data security.
The Moby/5500 series enables a more nimble and mobile check-out experience for shoppers.
On the final day of its annual convention, My Place Hotels set the date for the start of its guest-loyalty program dubbed Stay Rewarded.
Symantec tested more than 1,500 hotels in 54 countries, finding that 67 percent inadvertently were leaking booking reference codes through third-party sites.
Marriott International CEO Arne Sorenson has been called to testify at a March 7 Senate hearing regarding data breaches in the private sector.