Attention OPEIU Members: Marriott Data Breach Means 500 Million People’s Personal Information Is At Risk
Here’s What All OPEIU Members Can Do to Help Protect Themselves:
Today’s announcement of a data breach at Marriott International Hotels and its Starwood reservation system means that 500 million guests’ personal information going back to 2014 – including names, dates of birth and passport numbers – could have been exposed. Hackers also obtained encrypted credit card information for some users, but it’s still unclear if they can use it.
Don’t take any chances. Protect yourself by taking the following steps today:
Enroll today in OPEIU’s Identity Protection Program – sign up at OPEIUidProtect.com
or by calling 855-990-0994. This program is FREE to all OPEIU members.
Change your passwords immediately – change both your Marriott and Starwood account passwords.
If you are a victim of identity theft through this data breach or any other, reach out to your recovery specialist team at InfoArmor. The trained experts at InfoArmor will help you restore your identity as best as possible to what it was before the incident. This can save you hundreds of hours of your own time and productivity. It can also save you money.
Sign up today at OPEIUidProtect.com
or by calling 855-990-0994. Canadian members can contact Generali Global Assistance at 866-295-7966.