Focus: Marriott hotel data leak and why travellers should know what's going on
1 month ago - By Breaking Travel News
Cybersecurity or information security is not the thing a lot of travellers think about. You're about to leave on a well-deserved holiday, and the last thing you want is even more troubles to think of. However, that is not the case anymore. And if you want to truly be safe on your travels, cybersecurity will be one thing you will have to worry about. But why is that? In this article, let's look at what happened at the Marriott hotel. And what does that mean for safe travels?
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