HITEC 2016 NEWS: VENZA Debuts Hospitality Security Innovations

| June 14, 2016

VENZA will be launching three new enterprise security innovations at this year’s Hospitality Industry Technology Exposition and Conference (HITEC). The company will be offering an exclusive preview of their cutting-edge advancements at their booth #1639. The company will also unveil its highly anticipated new brand identity. 

VENZA’s holistic approach to hospitality security offers comprehensive visibility for proactive management of risks to help hotels defend against cyber attacks and respond to incidents quickly, ensuring that guests and their data stay safe. The company will showcase three innovative new packages for Readiness, Reassurance and Response that make up the VENZA offering ecosystem:
 
Matterhorn - Build awareness, ensure compliance and empower your employees to tackle the dynamic cybercrime and guest security landscape. The VENZA Matterhorn package provides Readiness by turning your front-line staff into your strongest asset in the fight for security and against fraud.
 
Denali - Take security a step further (beyond Readiness) by gaining powerful management tools along with a clear line of sight through essential reports of potential vulnerabilities (Reassurance). In addition to the products of the Matterhorn, the VENZA Denali package provides phishing campaigns, best-in-class reporting, policy creation assistance, enterprise system administration, awareness audits and program coaching to ensure their business is protected and guest’s data is safe.
 
Everest - Secure visibility across the enterprise as well as compliance and proactive response management, even as new technologies open the door to new vulnerabilities. The VENZA Everest package offers the pinnacle of defense (Readiness, Reassurance and Response) with everything found in the Matterhorn and Denali packages plus vulnerability scannning, readiness assessments, remediation planning, hotline access, leadership statement creation and incident response consultations.

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