Virtual events provide a trove of personal data and an opportunity for third-party platforms to compromise the privacy of your event attendees. Glisser’s Vanessa Lovatt spoke to AdAge about the pitfalls planners must confront in this age of myriad digital event touch-points.
Here's the first in a series of free infographics exploring the potentially hidden costs of virtual meetings and events platforms. Before selecting one, make sure you dig deep into the vendor's data policy.
ISO 27001 certified tech providers stand-out from the competition because they are best placed to help organizations protect their data assets and meet compliance objectives. This is particularly important for virtual events platforms who must be trusted to keep event data and content safe.
For most people, the past several months have included a combination of operating remotely and social distancing to flatten the curve due to the global pandemic. In particular, event professionals have seen events be cancelled, postponed, and shifted to a virtual format to stabilize the industry and keep participants safe while virus transmission remains a risk.
It’s now vital that all companies, their marketers, event planners, trainers and any other business users of SaaS platforms consider how the personal data of their people and their clients is being handled by their technology suppliers.