The normal person is likely to only book one hotel room. If your family's big — or you've some teens who'll want to come and go at their leisure — then maybe that number increases to two. But a few hundred rooms? Well that's hacker territory. And one San Francisco-based hacker did exactly that.
As a recent breach on a popular hotel proves, there's no vacation from cyberattacks. In Houston, the aptly named Houstonian Hotel is about as good as it gets. Nestled near the city's Memorial Park, it's a 289-room den of style and elegance. But even the fanciest hotels in the world get attacked.