There has been a security breach with the systems used at Hyatt Hotels. This affects people staying at the hotel, as well as anyone who used a credit card at one of their restaurants.
There is a growing trend where hackers are able to put malware onto the point of sale systems used at the hotels. Then, when someone makes a payment the credit card details are stolen.
Hyatt have issued a press release with more information about the breach.
These are the Australian properties affected:
|LOCATIONS||PROPERTY NAME||DATES AT RISK|
|Canberra||Hyatt Hotel Canberra - A Park Hyatt Hotel||8/13/2015 - 12/8/2015|
|Melbourne||Grand Hyatt Melbourne||8/13/2015 - 12/8/2015|
|Melbourne||Park Hyatt Melbourne||8/13/2015 - 10/14/2015|
|Perth||Hyatt Regency Perth||8/13/2015 - 10/14/2015|
|Sydney||Park Hyatt Sydney||8/13/2015 - 12/8/2015|
You can check this page to check for other international Hyatt properties.
If you believe you where affected, check here. Hyatt are offering one year free credit card protection to affected customers.
Always review your credit card statements and report suspicious activity immediately.
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