Hyatt says 250 of its hotels had malware last year

There’s an update to the breach reported by Hyatt Hotels in December. Joseph Pisani reports:

Hyatt said Thursday that it found malicious software in about 250 of its hotels, including five in the Chicago, that may have exposed customers’ credit- and debit-card numbers and other information to hackers.

It’s the first time the hotel operator has listed the hotels affected since it announced it found malware at its hotels in December.

Read more on Chicago Sun-Times. Of the 250 properties, 100 were in the U.S., so if you stayed at a Hyatt property between July and December, check your card statements.

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