Statement: Intention to fine Marriott International, Inc more than £99 million under GDPR for data breach

Statement: Intention to fine Marriott International, Inc more than £99 million under GDPR for data breach

Following an extensive investigation the ICO has issued a notice of its intention to fine Marriott International £99,200,396 for infringements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Marriott letting guests check to see if they were affected by data breach

Marriott letting guests check to see if they were affected by data breach

Marriott promised to reply to form submissions “as soon as reasonably practicable and consistent with applicable law.” Last month, Marriott disclosed that five million unencrypted passport numbers were stolen in the breach of its Starwood hotel reservation system.

Are You a Woman Traveling Alone? Marriott Might Be Watching You.

Are You a Woman Traveling Alone? Marriott Might Be Watching You.

Marriott employees all over the world are being trained to help spot sex trafficking at our hotels." The brief Twitter exchange, which occurred in January, revealed some of the hidden presumptions behind Marriott's efforts to stop sexual exploitation.

Your data was probably stolen in cyberattack in 2018 – and you should care

Your data was probably stolen in cyberattack in 2018 – and you should care

Marriott More: Starwood data breach: Here's some ways to protect yourself More: These cybersecurity tips will help prevent your phone from being hacked As consumers grow more accustomed to breaches being revealed regularly – only four weeks ago, Dunkin', Marriott and Quora each announced one within a span of six days – they tend to either accept or ignore them, Davis says.

Marriott Concedes 5 Million Passport Numbers Lost to Hackers Were Not Encrypted

Marriott Concedes 5 Million Passport Numbers Lost to Hackers Were Not Encrypted

Marriott said for the first time that 5.25 million passport numbers were kept in the Starwood system in plain, unencrypted data files — meaning they were easily read by anyone inside the reservation system.

Marriott says millions of passport numbers were involved in breach

Marriott says millions of passport numbers were involved in breach

The hotel chain said in late November that there was a breach of its reservation database for its Starwood properties that may have exposed the personal information of up to 500 million people.

Marriott’s breach response is so bad, security experts are filling in the gaps — at their own expense

Marriott’s breach response is so bad, security experts are filling in the gaps — at their own expense

In fact, there’s no easy way to check that the domain is real, except a buried note on Marriott’s data breach notification site that confirms the domain as legitimate. “Hopefully this is one less site used to confuse victims.” Had Marriott just sent the email from its own domain, it wouldn’t be an issue.

Senators Call for Jail, Fines After Marriott Data Breach

Senators Call for Jail, Fines After Marriott Data Breach

“Clearly the current status quo isn’t working—the Federal Trade Commission needs real powers with strong teeth in order to punish companies that lose or misuse Americans’ private information,” said Wyden, adding: “Until companies like Marriott feel the threat of multi-billion dollar fines, and jail-time for their senior executives, these companies won’t take privacy seriously.”

Marriott Says Up To 500 Million Customers' Data Stolen In Breach

Marriott Says Up To 500 Million Customers' Data Stolen In Breach

In one of the largest cybersecurity breaches in history, Marriott International said Friday that information on up to about 500 million of its customers worldwide was exposed in a breach of its Starwood guest reservation database dating as far back as 2014.

Marriott hack hits 500 million guests

Marriott hack hits 500 million guests

The records of 500 million customers of the hotel group Marriott International have been involved in a data breach. In a statement, the UK's Information Commissioner's Office said: "We have received a data breach report from Marriott involving its Starwood Hotels and will be making enquiries.

China may be copying Facebook to build an intelligence weapon

China may be copying Facebook to build an intelligence weapon

Some of the more notable reported data breaches in 2015 include the Office of Personnel and Management (OPM), Anthem Inc., Premera Blue Cross, United Airlines, Marriott, Hyatt, Hilton, Starwood Hotels and some lesser known names.