THREE HYATT HOTELS IN COLORADO HAD MALWARE LAST YEAR
Hyatt announced Thursday that it found malicious software in about 250 of its hotels, including three in Colorado, that might have exposed customers’ credit- and debit- card numbers and other information to hackers. The Colorado hotels are: • Grand Hyatt Denver, 1750Welton St.
• Hyatt Regency Denver at the Colorado Convention Center, 650 15th St.
• Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa, 136 E. Thomas Place, Beaver Creek.
Hyatt Hotels Corp. said the malware was present between July and December within paymentprocessing systems at its restaurants, spas, front desks and other areas in its hotels. The affected dates for the Colorado hotels were from Aug. 13 through Dec. 8.
The hotel chain doesn’t know how many customers were affected, a Hyatt spokeswoman said. Cardholder names, card numbers and expiration dates might have been exposed, the company said.
Several other hotel chains reported being hacked last year, including Starwood, Trump Hotel Collection and Mandarin Oriental.
B B B