data protection

The Year In Polls: Travel Risk Is Ubiquitous, Preparation Isn’t

It’s clear that travel risk management is a top priority for travel management professionals (1, 2). Recent industry research, though, showed companies are at varying stages of preparedness. The demand is there. Company leaders, investors and regulators may insist on certain measures. Travelers are asking, too. One-quarter of the travel managers polled in April 2017 by…

Security Experts Highlight Concerns About Reservations Data As GDSs React To Vulnerabilities

Global distribution system providers this week did not contest the results of an examination by Germany-based tech security experts showing vulnerabilities in reservation systems. Security experts contacted by The Company Dime said the potential for abuse may be greater than the researchers outlined in that such information could be used for crimes including corporate espionage…

EU Privacy Ruling Creates Legal, Tech Uncertainty

[UPDATE, Oct. 9: Amadeus statement included. An Oct. 12 BCD Travel statement is here.] Travel and expense management providers don’t expect drastic changes in response to the European Court of Justice’s annulment of a key EU-U.S. data privacy accord. The data will still flow. But they’re attentive to these and similar developments, and thinking about where they may ….

Mitigating The Information Security Risks Of Travel With Mobile Devices

Between Edward Snowden and Sony Pictures, one would think awareness about cybersecurity is at an all-time high. Some would say it’s not high enough to counter the allure of potentially vulnerable mobile services. A Global Business Travel Association Risk Committee webcast last week featured Disruptive Solutions CEO Sean Donahoo and iJet International director of information security Patrick Neise…

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