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“Hackers are becoming more numerous and sophisticated and I think event planners in many cases, are not doing enough.” – Corbin Ball, CSP, DES, MS, Meetings Technology Speaker, Consultant and Writer
If there is one thing that GDPR has achieved is that the ownership and responsibility for data security now rests on everyone. It’s a good thing – especially for events.
The volume of personal information we collect in our industry is staggering. Doing things that minimize the risks of this data getting into the wrong hands will show your attendees that you are on the case and looking after them properly.
But are event planners doing enough to protect the personal information of attendees and what are the things they need to STOP doing to reduce the risks of breach?
What Does the eBook Cover?
This eBook is NOT about firewalls, encryption or anti-virus software. Instead, it offers event planners research-backed insight into the kind of things they do that can put their organisations at serious risk of a data breach – from sharing system passwords and printing delegate lists to device theft and using spreadsheets. Learn how to address the top data security vulnerability areas around events and find out what you need to do if your attendee data ends up lost, stolen or compromised.
“Meeting and event planners, managers and their management would benefit from reading this latest eBook from Eventsforce.” – Kevin Iwamoto, Senior Vice President, GoldSpring Consulting LLC
- What event planners need to know about GDPR and data security
- 8 bad data security habits event planners should QUIT
- Questions to ask event tech suppliers about data security
- How event planners can prepare for a data breach
- Data security checklists for planners and team members
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