How the hotel industry has adapted to GDPR
How the hotel industry has adapted to GDPR

HotelNewsNow · 11 Jul

The European Union's General Data Protection Regulation went into effect in May 2018, but many companies outside of Europe are still playing catch up

Starwood data breach: Lessons for the hotel industry
Starwood data breach: Lessons for the hotel industry

HotelNewsNow · 15 Apr

Marriott International President and CEO Arne Sorenson testified before a U.S. Senate subcommittee in early March, providing some insight into the da

Marriott sued hours after announcing data breach
Marriott sued hours after announcing data breach

zdnet.com · 3 Dec

Hours after announcing a data breach on Friday, two Oregon men sued international hotel chain Marriott for exposing their data. Their lawsuit was fol

Risking GDPR Penalties By Not Wiping The Memory From Old It Equipment
Risking GDPR Penalties By Not Wiping The Memory From Old It Equipment

hoteldesigns.net · 19 Oct

Despite GDPR legislation having come into effect over four months ago, the majority of UK hospitality businesses are now risking penalties by failing

Is Your Customer Experience GDPR-Ready? | forbes.com
Is Your Customer Experience GDPR-Ready? | forbes.com

Forbes.com · 29 May

A huge change is coming to Europe, and most businesses aren't ready.

The birth of the Universal Digital Profile - techcrunch.com
The birth of the Universal Digital Profile - techcrunch.com

techcrunch.com · 24 May

It is a well-known fact that Europeans are generally more concerned about privacy than some other countries. Indeed, we've had a history of major pri

Europe’s new data protection rules export privacy standards worldwide
Europe’s new data protection rules export privacy standards worldwide

POLITICO.EU · 18 Mar

Europe wants to conquer the world all over again. Only this time, its killer app isn't steel or gunpowder. It's an EU legal juggernaut aimed at impos

The GDPR: A guide for international business - Infographic
The GDPR: A guide for international business - Infographic

sage.com · 8 Mar

For years, the internet has been the wild west of international business. Borderless by nature; technology, and the way we interact with it has been

The Ultimate GDPR Guide for Marketers and Businesses - appinstitute.com
The Ultimate GDPR Guide for Marketers and Businesses - appinstitute.com

appinstitute.com · 13 Feb

The General Data Protection Regulation was first proposed in 2012, and what followed was four years of discussions, debates, and amendments, with the

GDPR - EasyJet brings data on board, but will it take off? - tnooz.com
GDPR - EasyJet brings data on board, but will it take off? - tnooz.com

tnooz.com · 13 Feb

It is estimated that 90% of the world's data was generated in the past two years, yet brands still are only using half of it. Everywhere you turn bra

GDPR: Only 29pc of start-ups encrypt the data they collect - siliconrepublic.com
GDPR: Only 29pc of start-ups encrypt the data they collect - siliconrepublic.com

siliconrepublic.com · 1 Feb

A survey of more than 4,000 start-ups around the world shows that many are ill-prepared for GDPR. The GDPR deadline of 25 May is just around the corn

Tackling GDPR compliance before time runs out | mckinsey.com
Tackling GDPR compliance before time runs out | mckinsey.com

McKinsey & Company · 16 Aug

Europe is on the brink of a sea change in its data-protection laws. In fact, when the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) takes effect on May 2

Special Report: What GDPR changes mean and how to stay compliant | travelweekly.co.uk
Special Report: What GDPR changes mean and how to stay compliant | travelweekly.co.uk

travelweekly.co.uk · 7 Aug

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force in May 2018, drastically changing the rules about how businesses hold and use cus