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Fewer than half of event planners have “adequate” data security measures

Eight in 10 event planners say data security is a top priority for 2016, yet only 40 per cent feel they have adequate security policies in place, new research from Eventsforce has shown.

The study, conducted among 50 agencies in the UK and US, revealed that event planners need to do more to make their delegate data safe, including changing their password more frequently. Data security has moved up the agenda after more than 50 Starwood hotels were hit by a data security breach, while Hyatt revealed it had been affected by malware in 2015.

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