6 Ways You Put Your Data At Risk When You Travel
Over the past five years, we’ve seen data breaches at hotel chains including Marriott, Hyatt, InterContinental Hotel Group, and Omni Hotels and Resorts to Hilton Worldwide, Trump Hotels, and Mandarin Oriental. And in the last year alone, air carriers such as Cathay Pacific Airways, Delta Airlines, British Airways, and Air Canada have all been hacked, too.
“I think that it’s reasonable to say that every company regardless of size has some level of risk, and that’s the fundamental of the world,” says John Padgett, Chief Experience and Innovation Officer at Carnival Corporation, one of the world’s largest travel operators. “You align with the brands that you trust to do the right thing, and that means to protect you at the highest level possible.”