Monday, March 4, 2024

Radisson Hotel Group Data Breach Exposed Customer’s Personal Data

Radisson hotel group suffered a data breach, unknown number of customer’s personal details accessed by hackers.

The intrusion was read by the company On October 1, 2018, and the company said the impacted clients will receive notification from Radisson Rewards between October 30 and 31, 2018.

Radisson hotel group was founded in 1960, it is one of the largest hotel group having more than 1,400 hotels in 114 countries.

Rewards identified a data security incident impacting a small percentage of our Radisson Rewards members and security incident not affected any card details reads the company security incident report.

According to their ongoing investigation following are the personal information accessed by the hackers that include member name, address (including country of residence), email address, and in some cases, company name, phone number, Radisson Rewards member number, and any frequent flyer numbers on file.

Also, the company confirms all the hotel stays and future reservation are not exposed and actions are taken to secure the impacted accounts.

Customers are advised to monitor their account for suspicious activity, attackers possibly use the exposed data to launch targeted attacks.

“Radisson hotel group confirms Radisson Rewards for Business member and a Radisson Rewards member was not affected. Radisson Rewards takes this incident very seriously and is conducting an ongoing extensive investigation into the incident.”

This is the tenth data breach reported in the month following Facebook, Google plus, Pentagon, Fitmetrix,, Pocket iNet, Burgerville and Cathay Pacific.


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