Analysis

Marriott Hack Shows High Premium Placed On Travel Details

Law360 (November 30, 2018, 10:25 PM EST) -- Marriott International Inc. drew immediate regulatory and consumer backlash in the wake of its Friday disclosure of a data breach impacting up to 500 million guests at its Starwood properties, and the fallout is far from over, given that the hackers likely lifted a bevy of travel details that could be used to orchestrate further attacks, experts say. 

The newly disclosed breach centers on the Starwood guest reservation database, which contains information such as mailing addresses, email addresses, payment card data, passport numbers, and arrival and departure dates for approximately 500 million guests who made reservations at W Hotels, Sheraton Hotels...

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