Author: Esther Hertzfeld / Source: Hospitality World Network
As expected, the data breach disclosed by Sabre Corporation in early May that compromised its SynXis central-reservations system, exposing consumers’ payment card data and personally identifiable information, has continued to grow.
Earlier this month, Four Seasons, Trump Hotels, Hard Rock Hotels & Casinos, and Loews Hotels all announced that they were affected by the SynXis breach, and this week another hotel company has befallen the same fate—and another hotel suffered a data breach via malware.
Two Roads Hospitality, which manages a number of brands, including Joie de Vivre, Thompson and Destination, has notified customers that hackers have gained access to personal guest information via the SynXis system. None of the hotel properties’ computer or network systems was said to be affected by this incident. Two Roads was notified on June 6, 2017, that the hacking took place between August 2016 and March 2017. The hackers got hold of credit and debit card information including…
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