Hospitality organizations have focused most of their attention on reducing the impacts of digital breaches after the fact while considering broader cybersecurity risks as a risk versus cost of business trade-off. At the same time, threat actors have been getting much more organized and sophisticated.
Goals and Objectives
Security and cybersecurity must be looked at as critical pieces of the hospitality (hotel, airport, restaurant) infrastructure, incorporated into a cybersecurity strategy under a responsible senior executive, and supported with current technologies, giving customers confidence that their transactions and personal information are secure.
End-to-end encryption, tokenization, multimodal authentication, and biometrics; advanced security analytics and threat intelligence platforms; cognitive AI
Use Case Summary
Next-generation security and cybersecurity is continually transforming to meet evolving compliance standards and leverage the most current technologies, protecting the hospitality enterprise, the hospitality business streams, customers, and personally identifiable information (PII).