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Protecting Global Guests’ Privacy with Security-Centric Site Translation

Global hotel guests are about privacy and security. So should a hotelier’s translation provider.

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September 05, 2019

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Craig Witt
Craig Witt

International hoteliers have a responsibility to protect their guests’ privacy—especially when those guests use their companies’ website to book stays.

But hoteliers serving guests with multilingual websites face a unique challenge, writes MotionPoint Chief Revenue Officer Craig Witt in an article for Hospitality Technology. Their longtime translation vendors may cause security risks by using outdated technologies and workflows,

Witt describes what to look for in a security-savvy digital translation vendor instead:

  • Complies with industry requirements for security, including PCI DSS and HIPAA
  • Provides hosting options with world-class security, scalability and redundancy
  • Integrates security into on-site environments and development best practices

Read the full story at Hospitality Technology.

Last updated on September 05, 2019
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