Information Security How to Protect Your Customer Data

Boike, Leonard
July 2005
Hospitality Upgrade;Summer2005, p168
Trade Publication
Presents ways for hoteliers to improve the privacy of guest or employee information in the hospitality industry. Determination of the type of data in software applications through assignment of security levels; Establishment of controls within the application itself; Importance of auditing your network and software.


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