The pandemic has the lodging industry focused on combating Covid-19, but pre-existing safety and security threats never went away. Corporate travel and risk managers need to understand how property risk profiles changed, use travelers as their organizations' eyes and ears and get the relevant information into the right hands.

In a Feb. 20 blog post, David Langhorn, managing partner at hotel security consultancy NorthPoint International, discussed the security challenges hotels face as volumes rebound. For example, as properties reopen, criminals will be "keen to exploit and expand" prostitution, human trafficking and drug activity. Langhorn spent . . .

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