Our approach to Hotels & Hospitality Cyber Security Assessment

We at HackersEra take a 360-degree approach when it comes to Hotels & Hospitality Cyber Security Assessment.


Pre Engagement

Conduct a preliminary company analysis better to understand the business processes and the surrounding world, and then narrow the scope accordingly.



To identify the scope (People, Process, and Technology) as applicable, our consultants will first understand your business processes, controls, and systems.


Classification of Critical Assets

Identify the critical information assets and identify them appropriately to create a separate inventory of them.


Risk Assessment

This is the most critical stage of implementation because it is during this stage that an asset register containing all of the organisation’s information assets is created. This process entails meeting and conversing with your organisation’s key stakeholders. The critical information assets are then subjected to a comprehensive risk assessment, from which appropriate controls to mitigate identified risks are selected.


Risk Treatment

Our Consultants classify identified risks and assist you in strategising appropriate Risk Treatment measures.


Vulnerability Analysis

Our aviation security expert identifies potential flaws in hotels INFRASTRUCTURE & critical assets and recommends steps to mitigate the risk.


Penetration Testing

Testing the resilience of your barriers is critical to ensuring the security of your assets. Our penetration testing ensures that your systems and procedures are evaluated thoroughly and effectively.


Employee Training

Our classroom instruction includes classes on general awareness, management, technological skills, and hacking. Our e-learning solution may be delivered onboard or in the office, enabling your personnel to address critical components of any cyber security system – including the human factor.


Report Submission

Once the assessment is complete, a detailed written report outlining each observed and or exploited vulnerability, along with the root cause analysis and categorisation along with mitigation and confirmatory retest certificate if the need arrives.



What really makes us stand apart is our excellent and round the clock support, making sure our clients never have to witness hurdles in the business.

What we offer

IoT Device Penetration Testing

Embedded Device Security Assessment

SDR Exploitation

Infrastructure Security Assessment

WEB / API / Mobile Application Security Assessment

Secure Code Review

Red Teaming

Physical Pentest

Scenario-Based Penetration Testing

Coordination and Assistance for Third-Party Risk Advisory Certification


  • Risk Advisory Compliance
  • Penetration testing and independent review and assessment of hotel cybersecurity
  • Conduct an audit of critical information technology assets and vulnerable points throughout your hotel's infrastructure and networks
  • As new technologies and digital services are rolled out to customers, safeguard your innovation
  • Examinations of physical security and social engineering
  • CISO-as-a-Service (CISO-as-a-Service)
  • Creation of policies and procedures
  • Security Awareness training


Hotels & Hospitality Cyber Security Assessment

Hotels have always taken security seriously, but the emphasis has always been on physical security (surveillance, locks, safes, guest security, etc.). However, hotel guests frequently assume that this level of attention extends to the cyber world and that their digital assets and online privacy are similarly protected while staying at the hotel or resort. Cyber security for hotels extends well beyond the booking, registration, and billing systems critical for safeguarding visitors' personal and financial information.



HackersEra's services protect the entertainment and hospitality industries against large-scale data breaches; there has never been a better time to beef up your entertainment and hospitality cybersecurity. Hotels and hospitality firms rely on us to safeguard their property management systems (PMS), point of sale (POS), call accounting systems (CAS), accounting systems, front desk computers, POS terminals, back-office computers, printers, routers, switches, and firewalls.