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Investigator Anthony Roman Highlights the Risks, Benefits & Effectiveness of this New Procedure
The hot-button issue within the realm of hotel information technology is mobile and cloud technology. In general most mobile devices that are used for business remain unprotected, including lack of any password, let alone a complex password, said Anthony Roman, founder and CEO of a New York based global investigation and risk management company Roman & Associates.
Anthony Roman, a hotel security expert, said panic button systems can be complicated and are not a 'silver bullet' protection against assaults. The devices must be small and inconspicuous so that an assailant cannot remove them easily. They also must include a locating device that works indoors so security guards can find an employee in trouble.
Anthony Roman consults with Washington post: Anthony Roman, a consultant based inLong Island New York who spent 30 years working security for hotels,said he knows of dozens of incidents involving female room attendants, from drunken propositions to rape...
The death of Osama bin Laden has raised the question: Are we safer in a post-bin Laden world?It is not easy to make a clear-cut prediction. To understand the current risk to travelers and the hospitality industry, it is worth understanding the elements that lead to the death of bin Laden and its affect on Al-Qaeda's ability to wage war and continue on its quest of terror.
You can't afford to be a victim of identity theft! Proper hotel security practices can insure that you won't be vulnerable to the crime. In this article Anthony Roman discusses what you can do to insure the protection of consumer and company information.