Hackers hit pay dirt with the recent credit card system breach of upscale hospitality chain Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group. Considering the hotel’s wealthy clientele, many of hacked cards have very high or no credit limits.
The CFPB’s Arbitration Study, released this week, found nearly 75% of consumers surveyed were unaware whether the contracts they signed included an arbitration clause. Of the consumers surveyed, fewer than 7% actually understood that an arbitration clause would preclude them from suing the company.
Conferma has inked Fox World Travel to provide clients the ability to generate on-demand single use virtual credit card numbers (VCNs). Virtual credit cards offer secure payment for travelers without corporate cards and replace traditional hotel direct bill accounts.
Tampa-based A-lign has expanded its international presence by offering Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) assessments in Canada. This adds to A-lign’s global resume which includes performing security audits in countries including France, the United Kingdom, Costa Rica and India.