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Cybersecurity Takes Center Stage

Cybersecurity Takes Center Stage | Inspiration Hub | Scoop.it

Cybersecurity is more important than ever for meetings and events .Security has always been a concern in planning meetings. But in an increasingly complex world, few would argue that the need to keep information secure is taking on new levels of importance, especially when it comes to online interactions.

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The CX Manifesto: Are You Designing Event Experiences with a Blindfold On?

The CX Manifesto: Are You Designing Event Experiences with a Blindfold On? | Inspiration Hub | Scoop.it
When you design your event, are you creating a customer experience that you think they want or are you using behavioral data to know what they want.
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How to Seamlessly Migrate to the Right Event Software 

How to Seamlessly Migrate to the Right Event Software  | Inspiration Hub | Scoop.it

Event planners on the hunt for a new software provider may find that there are more options to choose from these days than in previous years. That’s because our industry is growing and fast, with research showing that the global event management software market will increase 8.24% by 2020.

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Industry Insights | Fight Back Against Data Hackers

Here's what meeting and event professionals can do to mitigate their vulnerability.
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Will your meeting get hacked?

Will your meeting get hacked? | Inspiration Hub | Scoop.it

The widespread release of sensitive information such as credit card and social security numbers has grabbed headlines, disrupting business for several major corporations. Over the past five years, well-respected companies including Sony, Target and Staples have been hacked.

As cyber criminals become more sophisticated, the impact of these breaches has spread beyond the general public. Recently, in one of the biggest, most spectacular U.S. cyber attacks, the personal data of 18 million current, prospective or former federal employees was successfully compromised.

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5 Steps to Navigate a Social Media Crisis at your Event

5 Steps to Navigate a Social Media Crisis at your Event | Inspiration Hub | Scoop.it

Here's how to navigate the tone and direction of your social media communications for your audience.

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Attendee Data Collection: Weighing the Risks & Rewards

Attendee Data Collection: Weighing the Risks & Rewards | Inspiration Hub | Scoop.it

Everyone’s talking about “big data” these days, but exactly what does that involve?

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4 Crisis Management Tips from the AV Perspective

4 Crisis Management Tips from the AV Perspective | Inspiration Hub | Scoop.it

No matter how meticulously it’s planned, every event is subject to the unexpected. Here’s how your AV team can help.

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Getting hacked is a Nasty Business. Events are in for a Rude Awakening.

Getting hacked is a Nasty Business. Events are in for a Rude Awakening. | Inspiration Hub | Scoop.it

It happened again. A conference was hacked. This time, hackers managed to obtain personal details from attendees of two conferences hosted by the Linux Australia User Group. Michael Robinson, program director, cyber forensics at Baltimore’s Stevenson University, took a look at media reports of the incident to describe what happened and provide some advice on how event organizers can do a better job of protecting their attendees from what could be inevitable. It was probably an inside job.

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Sweet Tweets are made of this – how to respond to Twitter queries

Sweet Tweets are made of this – how to respond to Twitter queries | Inspiration Hub | Scoop.it
We recently published the first wave of results from Twystery (our new technique using mystery shopping to assess how brands respond to consumer tweets). We sent 900 tweets to 30 brands across six product sectors, asking a range of questions. We evaluated them on several measures, including the response rate, the speed of response and the quality of response.
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How Secure Is Your Event Data?

How Secure Is Your Event Data? | Inspiration Hub | Scoop.it

Tradeshow organizers are sitting on top of a plethora of data these days. There is data being collected via registrations and housing systems, social media, surveys and mobile event apps.

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Study: The Biggest Mobile App Security Risks You May Not Know About

Study: The Biggest Mobile App Security Risks You May Not Know About | Inspiration Hub | Scoop.it
An analysis of which mobile-app categories put consumers and companies at highest risk had some surprising results.
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The New Rules Of Event Photography

The New Rules Of Event Photography | Inspiration Hub | Scoop.it
Now that most attendees have the ability to snap and share photos instantly, the rules to event photography are changing. Here's what you need to know to protect attendees’ privacy, aggregate crowdsourced content, and secure the rights to your multimedia. 
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Worldwide exhibitions for incentive travel, meetings and events - taking place in Frankfurt & Las Vegas.