• Dingus participates on October 26 in the session of Touristic E-Commerce organized by the Center for Technological Innovation of Andalusia in Marbella
  • Jaume Monserrat will participate in the roundtable on security as a profitable investment for the hotelier

“The future of e-commerce depends to a large extent on how we are able to protect the sensitive information contained in customer cards, forms and browsing data”. Around this reflection the Center of Technological Innovation of Andalusia organizes next October 26 a session in whose central table will intervene the CEO of Dingus. Jaume Monserrat (who is also president of the International Cluster of Information and Communication Technologies applied to Tourism, Turistec), will address security as a profitable investment for the hotelier with Fernando Rodríguez (CEO Agencia Marketing Zentral), Javier Pérez (president of AMCES Baleares and CEO of Customia) and Pancho Pérez (Sales engineer Comercial Global Payments-Caixabank).

In the back panels will explain to the attendees how browsers, search engines, means of payment and institutions are aware of this reality and work to create a safer business ecosystem for users and suppliers. In fact, as indicated by the promoters of the event in Andalusia Lab “browsers and search engines begin to penalize websites that lack https protocols, and soon there will be more systems to prevent providers from seeing credit card numbers”. Another focus of attention will be placed on the fact that the tourism sector is aware of this phenomenon “and the main online travel agencies and the big operators have incorporated the new security protocols“.

Experts are convinced that hotels that first apply these procedures will find themselves in a situation of clear competitive advantage. What are they ?, does the hotel website fulfill? What are the most critical aspects today? are some of the questions that will be answered at this meeting aimed mainly at professionals in the hotel tourism sector and entrepreneurs with a project related to tourism.

In short, the aim of the day is to publicize what the new protocols consist of and how they affect hotel e-commerce, focusing on three key aspects of information security in the hotel sale cycle: https, PCI / credit cards and data protection of customers.