Three hundred Hyatt hotels were impacted by malware (malicious computer software) that was capable of collecting credit card names, numbers, expiration dates and verification codes according to Engadget. One of those hotels was the Park City Hyatt Escala Lodge.
If you or your family stayed, dined, used the spa, or bought gifts at the Hyatt Escala between 8/13/2015 and 12/8/2015 you may be impacted. You will want to watch your credit card closely to make sure that your credit card isn’t being used by someone else. This is particularly important since it appears the CVV (verification codes) were compromised too and that makes it even easier to commit fraud on your account.
Here is the press release from Hyatt on the topic.