Top Cyberthreats for Hotels

As travel restrictions ease in 2022, hotel InfoSec departments are preparing for an influx of customers as well as an increase in cyber attacks. Hotels secure a large amount of sensitive customer data and have a broad attack surface, so they are common targets for threat actors. Here are five of the top cyber threats…

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We Blocked Big Bots…and Our Data Doesn’t Lie

The stakes remained high for retailers this holiday season, with attackers aggressively focusing their attention on the commerce sector – both in the U.S. and abroad. Several factors played into the increase in malicious activity — the surge in online traffic due to pandemic-related restrictions as well as compounding supply chain issues and associated inventory…

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How To Reduce Your Cyber Insurance Premium

The prospect of loss motivates us to take precautions to reduce the impact an incident will have. It’s why we have insurance for nearly every aspect of our lives, from health insurance to renter’s insurance to a prenuptial agreement. But, even if you do everything right, something could still go wrong. For retail and hospitality…

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Reducing Third-Party Risk with Continuous Monitoring

According to a recent study by SecureLink and Ponemon Institute, 51% of organizations have experienced a data breach caused by a third-party. Despite the growing risk third parties pose however, many companies are still not making securing these relationships a priority. The key to effectively mitigating your third-party risk is making it a continuous process,…

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6 Biggest Security-Awareness Program Challenges—And What to Do About Them

When it comes to today’s security challenges, the statistics are alarming. Nearly 7,000 corporate data breaches were reported between 2016 and 2020, with the number rising on average each year. Making matters worse, companies didn’t detect 41 percent of these breaches. And it’s not just big companies getting hit—a whopping  88 percent of small-business owners feel they’re not sufficiently protected…

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