More than two years after receiving a massive initial fine, hotel chain Marriott International, Inc. reduces a cyberattack penalty by more than 80%. A shift in the United Kingdom’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) calculation policy, along with other mitigating factors, led to the significant decrease. While the ICO reinforces the importance of responsibilities of data controllers in managing sophisticated cyberattacks, this latest development marks a continued shift away from turnover-centric penalty policies.
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