Boston - Big hotel companies have a monumental task in keeping their properties safe. Many are in far-flung locales, some of which are deemed risky. They may be terrorist targets. They're unwitting havens for human traffickers. They host high-profile events and high-profile guests. People from all walks of life are always coming and going.

Corporate security and travel professionals want to know how hotels address these red flags. Speaking here during July's Global Business Travel Association convention, Hyatt's global head of security explained how his company does that for 720 properties across 60 . . .

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