Marriott Hotels has announced a great safety fire with their Starwood guest reservation date to return to 500 million guests until 2014.
Marriott says for 327 million users, information includes names, post addresses, phone numbers, e-mail, passport and credit card information.
"For some provision, the information also includes credit card payment and payment card payments, but the payment card is encrypted by Advanced Encryption Standard (AES-128). There are two components needed to decouple the payment card payment, and at that time Marriott has not ruled out the possibility of both tasks. "
-Excerpt from release.
Marriott says that the only Starwood hotel in the area St. John is the Sheraton.
Marriott said a study found that unauthorized access to the database includes reservation of guest information about Starwood Properties on or before September 10, 2018.
The company gave today a liberation that they received a warning on September 8, 2018 that an attempt to get access to the Starwood Guest Reserve in US. Marriott says it has learned under the investigation that since 2014 no unauthorized access to the Starwood network was. The unauthorized party had copied and encrypted information, and on November 19, Marriott could decrypt the information and determined that it was standing at its starburst reservation database.
Starwood has Sheraton Hotels and Resorts, Westin Hotels and Resorts, and hotels under the names of W Hotels, St. Regis, Element Hotels, Aloft Hotels, The Luxury Collection, Tribute Portfolio, Le Meridien Hotels & Resorts, Four Points by Sheraton and Design Hotels. Starwood-merchant timeshare features are also included.
Read the complete Marriott release on this link. A FAQ is available on this link.