Marriott sign Hospitality was the third-most targeted industry after retail and finance, according to a report this year from information-security firm Trustwave Holdings. Above, Marriott International Inc. signage is displayed outside company's headquarters in Bethesda, Maryland. (Photo: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg)

Long before Marriott International Inc. disclosed a massive security breach, the hotel industry had earned the dubious reputation as a hospitable place for hackers.

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