Hyatt hacked again! This time, between March 18 - July 2, 2017.  If you've stayed at one of 41 the affected properties during that timeframe, a lot of hackers potentially have your payment data (card holder names, credit card numbers, expiration dates and verification codes). You should you closely monitor your credit card statements and immediately change your passwords.

If you are a small business or a large company, consider investing in a monitoring service that can track exposures and send realtime alerts as soon as they are detected in the Deep and Dark Web. 

Consider these facts: 

- 50% of SMBs that get hit by a cyberattack go out of business within 12 months

- 50% of SMBs were hacked in 2016.

- 5% drop in average stock price the day a breach is announced

- 31% of consumers discontinue the relationship