Travel And Hospitality
In late 2018, Marriott International revealed that a massive cyber attack compromised personal information for up to half a billion individual guests of its properties. The data breach ranks as the second-largest known theft of sensitive personal records to date. Other major organizations in the hospitality industry, including Hilton and Hyatt, have reported similar attacks. The company is giving awareness to the hospitality industry to be ready for other hackers, like those working for a nation-state, could start exploiting hospitality attacks to acquire details on the travel and spending habits of espionage targets, like CEO's and Diplomats. Take together, permeable security in the hospitality sector presently is threating consumer privacy, shareholder value, and national security. Facing a changing regulatory from NITDA on Data protection landscape which designed to heighten responsibility by threatening fines if fail to comply. ACT will offer high standard service to guide hospitality companies in reconsidering their cybersecurity infrastructure and technologies.