Five Security Issues

D.^Ilori, Tia
April 2011
Hospitality Upgrade;Spring2011, p130
Trade Publication
The article discusses security issues facing the hospitality industry which include remote access, network security, and password management and offers tips to address them. It notes that remote management applications (RMAs) are used by many hotel operators and franchisors and mentions strategies to help limit that risk of RMA including the configuration of RMA. It cites security practices which can provide network security including the installation and maintenance of a firewall.


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