RESTAURANTS and HOSPITALITY

 

cyber insurance for restaurants and the hospitality industry

 

Point of sale terminals are a treasure trove of valuable information for cyber criminals- customer names, addresses, emails, and most importantly credit and debit card numbers are stored on the computer hard drive and sent over the internet to the processing companies. For hackers looking to score the biggest bang for their buck, hacking into a restaurant’s point of sale system (POS) is like shooting fish in barrel. Most point of sale terminals- like Aloha- are not safeguarded with proper security measures, and often these measures depend on the proprietor upgrading the system on their end. Additionally, the desktop computers- and more frequently tablet devices – that run these POS systems must be consistently updated with antivirus software, firewalls, system updates, and  other anti-malware protections in order to keep hackers at bay.

who is at risk?

  • RESTAURANTS
  • BARS
  • HOTELS
  • FAST FOOD CHAINS
  • THEME PARKS
  • TRANSPORTATION
  • TRAVEL AGENTS AND TRAVEL BOOKING WEBSITES
  • NIGHTCLUBS

notable security breaches

  • PF CHANG’S
  • DAIRY QUEEN
  • JIMMY JOHNS
  • WHITE LODGING- HILTON, MARRIOT,
  • WYNDHAM

COVERAGE INCLUDES

SYSTEM DAMAGE + BUSINESS INTERRUPTION

 

BREACH NOTIFICATION  

 

 CYBER + PRIVACY LIABILITY

 

MEDIA LIABILITY

 

 REGULATORY PRIVACY ACTIONS

 

 CYBER EXTORTION

 

 COURT ATTENDANCE COSTS

 

 CRISIS COMMUNICATION COSTS 

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