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Complying with the California Consumer Privacy Act in 5 (more or less) Not So Easy Steps: Part 1 - the Data Map

USA - March 11 2019 It is estimated that more than 500,000 companies are subject to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), many of them smaller and mid-size...


Hotel Lawyer: Brand franchise owners ask “What happened to my Area of Protection?”

USA - December 8 2018 Brand concentration has intensified greatly over recent years and many new brands have been created. At last count (and the count changes often)...

Jamie K. Ogden, Jodi Smith, Robert B. Kaplan, James Abrams, Kevin K. McDonnell, Martin H. Orlick, Mark S. Adams, Sheri L. Bonstelle, R. Scott Brink, David A. Sudeck, Travis Gemoets, Jim Butler, Guy Maisnik, Marta M. Fernandez, Bennett G. Young, Jeffrey E. Steiner.


Data Breaches and Cybersecurity: What the hospitality industry can learn from the Marriott breach

USA - November 30 2018 Today’s revelation by Marriott International that a data breach exposed the names and personal details of over 500 million guests sent a shudder...


Avoiding Hotel Data Breaches With a Risk Assessment Audit - Lessons From the Marriott International “Glitch”

USA - November 30 2018 30 November 2018 Data breaches are back in the news, and this time, it’s a well-known hotel industry player: Marriott International. The company...

Jim Butler.


Cyber Risk and Internal Accounting Controls: How Should Boards Respond?

USA - November 13 2018 The SEC warns public companies that lax cybersecurity practices could violate rules governing internal accounting controls, and offer nine scams as...