GDPR Now’s the Time for a Data Strategy
Whether you consider your organization a high-volume processor or controller of sensitive information for European data subjects, you’ll need to be GDPR compliant. Countries beyond the EU are trending toward the adoption of similar laws. Because the mapping of data is required, it’s the ideal time to craft a data strategy to better position your property(ies) in the minds of today’s guests who demand that hoteliers respect their privacy and deliver security. Regardless of where you stand on the subject of “compliance”, this webinar from VENZA discusses how GDPR presents an opportunity to define your data strategy. GDPR may seem like a lemon, but there’s lemonade to be made! We hope that you will join us for this informative session.
GDPR What is it What Does it mean
This Venza webinar is to inform your corporate teams as well as your properties about the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a framework legislated by all EU member states that will be enforced as of May 2018. This regulation will include companies whose customers are EU citizens even if the company itself is not in the EU.
What is Phishing ?
VENZA will host hospitality leaders who will be speaking on the subject of Phishing and its ripple effect during the course of a breach. What is Phishing? What is Ransomware and Malware? How do Phishing attempts affect my corporation?
The Why's and What's of PII
VENZA will host hospitality leaders who will be speaking on the subject of Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and how it impacts the risk of a breach. Is it important for my Housekeeping and Maintenance staff to be trained on criminal behavior? How do they access guest data that is non-credit card related?
Auditing Staff Awareness
VENZA will host hospitality leaders who will be speaking on the subject of auditing staff information security awareness.
Data Security 2016 w/ AGG and Heartland Payment Systems
Security breaches and malware activities were at an all-time high in 2014 and 2015. The first installment of 2016's Hospitality Webinar Series addresses both challenges and trends as they apply to payment systems.
EMV, Tokenization and P2PE
As of 2015, new payment technologies known as EMV and Tokenization are available for merchants who process card-present transactions. Merchants who do not integrate the necessary equipment and software may be responsible for fraud losses related to the use of counterfeit cards at their locations.
PCI 3.0 – A Look Ahead
Any business that accepts a credit or debit card for payment must comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI-DSS), now in version 3.0. These standards set out the technical and human resources requirements applicable to all merchants who accept credit or debit cards. A breach of these standards exposes merchants to significant risk, expense, and negative publicity. Join “PCI 3.0 – A Look Ahead” to learn more about how your business can mitigate PCI-DSS compliance risk.
Ask a Lawyer about Data Security
Each day more than the last, hoteliers are strongly advised to act now to implement procedures and practices designed to prevent data breaches. If you're unsure about what to do, ask a lawyer!
Understanding PCI Compliance
Did you know that 55% of all credit card fraud comes from the hospitality industry and 38% of all breaches comes from hotels? It is the responsibility of the hotel to provide training and awareness to the entire staff. Mike Burke explains how in this interactive webinar.