Hoteliers.Guru Security

For every company, client information is the most important resource; this is why Hoteliers.Guru makes it their main concern when delivering an all-inclusive top-quality performance solution. We are committed to maintaining the highest security to ensure all clients can be assured their personal details are kept safe, communications protected and business details confidential.

World-Class Protection

Our server is based on the world-class protection which is minimize of effect in terms of disruptions to operations. All the data centers have a good protection by trained of security guard 24/7. The system has been protected from natural disaster or system failure.

Verifying our Security

AWS has achieved ISO 27001 certification and has been validated as a Level 1 service provider under the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS). We undergo annual SOC 1 audits and have been successfully evaluated at the Moderate level for Federal government systems as well as DIACAP Level 2 for DoD systems.

Access Control

Any access to information held at Hoteliers.Guru is confidential and can only be accessed by those with a username and password. We maintain various types of verification methods, including SAML, and only assigned administrators have the ability to change and assign access as and when required.

We have designed our security system in such a way that it guarantees confidential clients’ data remains just that, confidential, and as an extra security measure network IP restrictions are rigorously monitored and access is strict for all Hoteliers.Guru mobile apps.

Application Security

At Hoteliers.Guru we regularly check the application audit log and examine user logins and monitor configuration changes.

Transmission Security

Any interaction between clients and Hoteliers.Guru are encrypted by means of using industry standard SSL. Our products include Transport Layer Security (TLS), a procedure that encrypts and sends email securely, thus reducing the chance of spying and spoofing amongst mail servers.