Risk Management

Cybersecurity — Don't Get Caught in the Phisher's Net By Christine Loomis

Is the meetings industry setting itself up for a catastrophic cyber incident in the near future?

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Experts Weigh in on Critical and New Legal Pitfalls, From Event Security to Marijuana By John Buchanan

“In today’s world, a meeting host and planner have to plan for every conceivable contingency — and have insurance coverage in place.”

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Stories From the Field and Lessons Learned By Christine Loomis

Weather disruptions can put the resourcefulness of meeting planners to the test as they must anticipate and adapt to rapidly changing conditions to salvage current and future programs.

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How Growing Safety and Security Concerns Are Impacting Overseas Site Selection By John Buchanan

Over the last year, a series of terrorist attacks has dampened enthusiasm for some popular European destinations.

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Information Security Is More Important Than Ever By Mark Rowh

The meeting environment offers rich hunting grounds for online crooks.

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Solo Women Business Travelers Face Special Risks — Here's How to Mitigate Them By Christine Loomis

There are gender differences related to risk that corporate travel programs should address.

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The Event Safety NetSeptember 1, 2016
Onsite Security May Be a Planner's Most Important Challenge By Mark Rowh

From a terrorist attack to mass food poisoning to cyber hacking, there’s a seemingly endless range of scenarios planners must prepare for.

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The Most Common Attacks and How to Prevent Them By John Buchanan

“The risks involved in meeting and conventions…have actually grown at a faster rate than any other sector.”

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Safety & Security at Meetings in Europe By Christine Loomis

Industry experts advise planners on best practices for risk assessment and preparedness.

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Risk ManagementDecember 1, 2015
It’s No Longer a Question of IF — but Rather WHEN a Crisis Will Happen By Mark Rowh

A flawless meeting is every planner’s dream. But dreams don’t always come true. Sometimes, they even become nightmares.

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