Security researchers discovered a strain of POS malware dubbed GlitchPOS that comes with an instructional video to help would-be cybercriminals steal credit card data.
Alex Rombak has heard your jokes about tech support, and he doesn't mind. He knows the important role he plays in supply chain security, supporting financial institutions when things go wrong.
The Marriott data breach could impact the personal information of approximately 500 million guests, including payment card data for about 327 million customers.
A new downloader dubbed AdvisorsBot has been observed sending highly targeted malicious emails to telecommunications and hospitality companies.
Consumers traveling during the holiday season should be aware of RFID attacks that could enable thieves to control their hotel key cards and digital locks.
Hotel cybersecurity is not just about protecting financial data — it extends to guests' physical and digital property, vulnerable endpoints and more.
Online lodging and transportation services offer unprecedented convenience, but their data collection practices have rankled hospitality security experts.
The Carbanak gang redesigned its flagship malware to target restaurants and hotels by tricking call center agents into clicking malicious email links.
Travel security should not be taken lightly, and it's up to you to make sure your devices and networks are safeguarded wherever you are.
The new MalumPOS malware targets the hospitality sector and any companies running Oracle MICROS, stealing customer credit card data through POS systems.