Security


Sitata new corporate travel risk management tools
Risk management solution expands offerings for corporate travel
By Mitra Sorrells | August 7, 2019
Sitata, a global health, safety and risk management service for travelers, is adding new tools for corporate travel. Read More
News | Technology
Sounding Off: Damaging trust can take years to rebuild
Sounding Off: Damaging trust can take years to rebuild
By PhocusWire | August 2, 2019
CEOs walk a communications tightrope, where a loose word or two can trigger doubts in the minds of consumers that can last an age in business years. Read More
Interview | Online
British Airways will "vigorously" defend position following huge fine for data breach
British Airways will "vigorously" defend position following huge fine for data breach
By Linda Fox | July 8, 2019
The hack, believed to have started in June last year, involved information such as log-in information, payment card and travel booking details. Read More
News | Online
Hotel C-suite buzz: Disruptive Google, data security and emerging tech
Hotel C-suite buzz: Disruptive Google, data security and emerging tech
By Mitra Sorrells | June 27, 2019
Cybersecurity, emerging technology and Google were some of the topics discussed by a trio of hospitality chiefs at the HITEC conference in Minneapolis. Read More
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Worldpay Helldorff payment challenges trends
Q&A: Worldpay's Thomas Helldorff on challenges, trends and predictions for travel payments
By Mitra Sorrells | June 13, 2019
Worldpay's vice president of vertical strategy for travel and airlines shares his thoughts on the role of mobile and alternative payments, how payment systems can drive conversions and much... Read More
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VIDEO: Radware/ShieldSquare - Launch pitch at Phocuswright Europe 2019
VIDEO: Radware/ShieldSquare - Launch pitch at Phocuswright Europe 2019
By PhocusWire | June 6, 2019
Protect the reputation and growth of your online business from malicious actors and threats through a simple cloud service. Read More
Interview | Technology
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How payment tech could revolutionize travel brands in Latin America
By Howard Blankenship - CellPoint Mobile  | May 31, 2019
Have fintech and alternative forms of payment had an effect on the travel sector in Latin America? The short answer is yes; in fact, the impact is significant. Read More
Opinion | Technology
VIDEO: NannyBag - Battleground pitch runner-up at Phocuswright Europe 2019
VIDEO: NannyBag - Battleground pitch runner-up at Phocuswright Europe 2019
By PhocusWire | May 30, 2019
Changing the way people travel with a luggage solution for every destination.  Read More
Interview | Startups
Using tech to overhaul one of the most troublesome parts of the travel experience
Using tech to overhaul one of the most troublesome parts of the travel experience
By Mitra Sorrells | May 8, 2019
Dubai Airports' Michael Ibbitson explains how the facility is using technology to provide exceptional customer service for the nearly 90 million passengers that pass through it each year.   Read More
News | Technology
U.S. airports biometric identification
U.S. aims to use facial recognition on nearly all departing air travelers within four years
By Mitra Sorrells | April 19, 2019
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security expects to use facial-recognition technology on 97% of departing passengers within that time frame. Read More
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A simple switch keeps consumers’ credit card numbers safe - and builds loyalty
A simple switch keeps consumers’ credit card numbers safe - and builds loyalty
By Jim Pratt - WEX Corporate Payments  | April 4, 2019
Traditionally, consumer card details have been handed over to a booking agent, then to an airline or a hotel receptionist. Unfortunately, fraudulent activity could happen at any stage. Read More
From Our Partners | Technology
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The wake-up call in security that travel brands need to listen to
By Linda Fox | April 1, 2019
Security breaches in travel are rising - IBM gives some indication as to the reasons why and how much it can cost. Read More
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Highly connected hotel industry continues to be vulnerable to cyber attacks
By Linda Fox | March 20, 2019
Fraud in travel is on the up, according to a number of recently released reports from experts in the field. Read More
News | Online
Marriott CEO Sorenson Senate panel cyber breach
Marriott CEO: Source of attack still unknown, encryption and decentralization may be future solution
By Mitra Sorrells | March 7, 2019
Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson testified before a U.S. Senate subcommittee regarding the cyber attack on Starwood's guest reservation system. Read More
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Marriott data security breach costs the company $28M so far
By Linda Fox | March 1, 2019
Marriott revealed that the data breach disclosed in November 2018 cost the company $28 million in the fourth quarter. Read More
News | Distribution