Prestige Software Data Leak Affects Hotel Booking Companies

Sensitive data for over 10 million travelers and guests were recently exposed in a massive hotel management booking platform data leak. The breach apparently originated from a misconfigured Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 bucket used for storing data by the hotel management system owned by Spanish tech firm, Prestige Software. The breach affected several widely used hotel booking companies including Expedia and Booking.com.

Anyone who has used these platforms since 2013 might be at risk for identity theft, scams, credit card fraud, etc.

Another booking platform, RedDoorz, also disclosed that it recently had a data leak after a database containing 5.8 million user records was put on sale on a hacker forum.

The Prestige Software data leak has affected all of the hotel booking companies connected to the Prestige's Cloud Hospitality platform. Booking companies use this platform to integrate their reservation systems with online booking websites, allowing them to synchronize bookings and rooms’ availability on multiple platforms.

Major booking companies affected by the Presige data leak include Agoda, Amadeus, Booking.com, Expedia, Hotels.com, Hotelbeds, Omnibees, and Sabre.

If you've been affected by the Prestige Software Data Breach, please call Javitch Law Office today. Let us help you get the compensation you deserve.