A University of Delaware study uncovers the impact of credit card breaches on service quality, guest satisfaction, future revisit intention and the likelihood of guests recommending the brand/hotel to others.
According to the 2010 Global Security Report, hospitality data breaches accounted for a whopping 38% of all breaches investigated by Trustwave SpiderLabs; software-based point of sale systems were identified as the most frequently breached area across all of the industries involved in the study.
The Credant Mobile Guardian Dell Edition promises to provide customers with compliance-ready, non-disruptive, centrally controlled endpoint data protection.
Payment engine software integrates with ECRs for secure card processing with management and monitoring tools that prevent theft and streamline operations for M&W Foods.
In need of a comprehensive solution to enhance network security and operating procedures, Culver Franchising System, Inc. sought out SecureConnect to provide PCI compliance services benefitting both the company and its restaurants.
The Einstein Noah Restaurant Group will deploy Envysion's Insight MVaaS offering to approximately 425 locations by the end of Q1 of 2010 to improve operations, customer experience, and store level profitability.
During its recent renovation, the luxury resort opted to install Signature RFID locks by VingCard and SENTINEL II guestroom safes by Elsafe to ensure guest security.
The application analyzes point of sale data and transactions to identify common restaurant employee scams and fraudulent activities.
Enhancing current portal offerings, BHI Advanced Internet now features an online SAQ submission tool as part of its SecureConnect services to assist merchants in self-evaluating their compliance.
In its most comprehensive point of sale software coverage of the year, Hospitality Technology presents the results of its reader survey on top POS technology. The results of a reader survey on top POS technologies reveal the most interesting platform innovations to their companies this year, along with their 2010 purchasing plans. Meanwhile, POS vendors offer trend predictions and uncork their technology development plans for your POS software in the year ahead.