Published By: LogRhythm
Published Date: Jun 19, 2018
As in years past, 2017 was packed with stories of cyber security failure. Between
sophisticated attackers, lack of proper security monitoring and controls
implementation, and devastating data breaches that may have arisen from these
scenarios, it’s easy to see that we still face serious challenges in the security arena, with
potentially serious consequences. Why are we continually seeing these issues? Many
security professionals readily admit that we don’t have the staff, training and breadth of
coverage in our security controls to adequately combat the attackers today. How is this
happening when we’re spending so much money and time on cyber security?
Located at a hub of innovation, Hyatt Regency Santa Clara caters to sophisticated, technology-savvy guests. This made it the perfect location for Hyatt Hotels to use as a model property in its quest to create the digital hotel of the future.
Wi-Fi is one of the most visible services a hotel provides, and is crucial to guest experiences and loyalty. “We had limited Wi-Fi coverage that was not designed for the modern, mobile digital guest,” explains Dania Duke, general manager at Hyatt Regency Santa Clara. “We quickly learned that to stay competitive in Silicon Valley, we need to have the fastest, best Wi-Fi available.”
The intent of this whitepaper is to explain the business requirement for physically auditing assets, to explore the bene?ts associated with conducting physical audits and to provide a step by step process for performing them.