Orlando-based Rosen Hotels & Resorts has posted a data breach warning for customers who visited their hotels over an 18-month period. The chain joins Hyatt, Trump Hotels, Hilton Hotels, and Starwood Hotels as the latest hotel and resort chain falling victim to data breaches.
Ft. Myers, Florida-based 21st Century Oncology, which operates a chain of 181 cancer treatment centers in the U.S. and Canada, has reported a breach that may have exposed information on up to 2.2 million customers.
The restaurant, casino, and entertainment company, which owns Landry's Seafood, McCormick & Schmick's, Morton's, and Bubba Gump Shrimp restaurants, has received reports of unauthorized charges on credit cards of customers who had dined at its restaurants.
On December 23, 2015, Hyatt Hotels reported that it was investigating cyberattacks that caused data breaches at its properties from August 13 to December 8, 2015.
A massive November 2015 breach at toymaker VTech raised major concerns about the level of data security at providers of the new generation of connected toys.
Hotel giant Hilton Worldwide (operator of Hilton Hotels, Doubletree, Embassy Suites, Waldorf Astoria, and others) was the latest in a series of hotel breaches including Starwood Hotels, Trump Hotel Collection, Mandarin Oriental, and White Lodging.
The credit monitoring firm Experian suffered a major breach in fall 2015 when hackers were able to steal the personal information of 15 million consumers who had applied for T-Mobile wireless service.