by Cheryl-Anne Sturken | July 14, 2015
Hong Kong-based Mandarin Oriental, which earlier this year reported its hotels had been the victim of a credit-card breach just before the December 2014 holidays, has released a statement regarding its investigation into the breach. The report notes that 24 of its properties were hit, and a timeline pinpoints when the hacking took place. The notice also includes the names, phone numbers and contact information for U.S. residents who believe they might have been affected by the breach.
The full notice from Mandarin Oriental can be found here.