Cyber attacks and data breaches are on the rise, with some reports showing that restaurants, retail, and hospitality were top targets for criminals for the fourth year in a row.
Airlines have managed to cut down levels of online fraud by 31% over the past two years, although an estimated $1.4 billion is still being lost annually.
No one wants to get scammed, especially when theyâ€™re planning a holiday. However, travel scams are all too common these days, partly due to the nature of the travel industry.
Travellers – especially in the corporate sector – are connected to the web and other digital platforms through electronic devices more than ever before.
Not uncommon but a very live example of wholesale theft of content and functionality from travel websites by mysterious folk intent on masquerading as another business.