❏ Consider your attendees and speakers. Will there be VIPs or high-profile delegates in attendance that may be targets of kidnappers? Do any attendees have personal situations that may present a heightened risk for the group? “We once had a situation where one of our attendees had a restraining order again her boyfriend,” recalls Susan Goldberg, CMP, principal of risk assessment consultancy Segue Consulting Inc. in Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. “Just knowing that allowed us to better ...

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