Hotels play host to priceless experiences: family vacations, million-dollar views, and once-in-a-lifetime adventures. But as every hotel executive knows, it is the assets inside that are even more valuable: people, property, and sense of safety. Protecting hotel assets therefore requires an iron-clad approach to security, also known as zero trust. With the help of key control solutions, hotels can easily begin implementing zero trust security policies that start working on day one.
No matter what business you’re in, you have assets to protect. While cybersecurity for digital assets is growing in importance in today’s world, most organizations are also in possession of many physical items that need to be secured and accounted for as part of a full risk-management strategy.
On July 1, 2018, the “Hands Off, Pants On” law went into effect in Chicago.
Whether it’s the lure of endless sunshine in Arizona, snow-laden mountains in Colorado or the sandy beaches and crystal blue waters of Florida, the hotel industry across the country is thriving due to strong occupancy rates. In fact, PKF Hospitality Research predicts record U.S. hotel occupancy rates through 2017.
Network security has been a prime focus for manufacturers and attendees alike at this year’s security conferences and trade shows. And the trend shows no signs of abating. Encrypted physical security devices, intrusion detection systems and infrastructure management services are just a few of the solutions presented as ways to help block an external party from accessing an organization’s internal systems.