On 09/Jul/2019, Marriott International Inc. received a privacy fine of GBP 99,200,396. The enforcement authority (Information Commissioner's Office) has cited these legal provisions in imposing the fine on Marriott International Inc.:
|Date of enforcement action:
||GBP 99,200,396 (US$128,500,000)
|Defendant company or entity:
Marriott International Inc.
|| Hotels /|
Following an extensive investigation the ICO has issued a notice of its intention to fine Marriott International £99,200,396 for infringements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The proposed fine relates to a cyber incident which was notified to the ICO by Marriott in November 2018. A variety of personal data contained in approximately 339 million guest records globally were exposed by the incident, of which around 30 million related to residents of 31 countries in the European Economic Area (EEA). Seven million related to UK residents. It is believed the vulnerability began when the systems of the Starwood hotels group were compromised in 2014. Marriott subsequently acquired Starwood in 2016, but the exposure of customer information was not discovered until 2018. The ICO’s investigation found that Marriott failed to undertake sufficient due diligence when it bought Starwood and should also have done more to secure its systems. (ICO)
||Type of enforcement action:
|Information Commissioner's Office
||Notice of intention
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Data Privacy Fines Index. (2019-07-09 09:50) Marriott International fined GBP 99.2 million. dataprivacyfines.com. Retrieved from https://privacyfines.com/fine/marriott-international-gbp-110-39-million/
Entry last updated: 2020-04-13 10:58 GMT.