Starwood Hotels Says Payment Systems Were Hacked

“Starwood Hotels, which operates well-known hotel brands such as Westin, Sheraton, W Hotels and Le Méridien, said Friday that hackers had infected point of sale payment systems in some of its locations in North America. 

The company disclosed that payment systems at ‘a limited number’ of its hotels in North America were affected by the hacks, which through an investigation found that malware was detected in some restaurants, gift shops and other points of sale at Starwood properties.

Other well-known chains operated by the company include include St Regis, Design Hotels, Four Points by Sheraton, Aloft, Element, and the recently introduced Tribute Portfolio.”

Source: Starwood Hotels Says Payment Systems Were Hacked | SecurityWeek.Com

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