Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Meetings and Events

If you run events and have not had any incidents that made you wonder why you do it, then you must be one of the luckiest people on the planet. And in today’s world, there are more possible disruptions and potential crises than ever before because our increased use of technology has made us more vulnerable to hacking and other incidents. So remember that, where crises are concerned, it’s not if you’ll be a victim but when. This issue can help you be better prepared to avoid these risks.

The author provides some general guidelines for meeting security. (Item #1)   Here are five things to look out for when planning for event app security. (Item #2)   To protect your meetings, your organization and your attendees you have to be vigilant and you have to stop sharing passwords.  (Item #3)

This brief video provides some security tips. (Item #4)   Corporate espionage puts meeting, conference, and event planners on the front line when it comes to protecting the sensitive information assets of those participating in your meetings, conferences, and events. (Item #5)   Covering everything from pre-event to on-site, this checklist will be helpful to you. (Item #6)

For the full issue, click here.

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