If you're attending the annual IAAPA Attractions Expo in Orlando this year make some time to see a presentation on how to secure unclaimed devices at your attraction.
Our Director, James Mosieur, will be making a presentation to members of IAAPA when they gather at the Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL for their annual Attractions Expo. The Expo will take place from November 11 – 14, 2016. IAAPA (International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions) is an organization of some 5000 amusement industries in 99 countries worldwide, and the upcoming expo is expected to draw some 30,000 attendees.
Mr. Mosieur will be a featured speaker at an educational seminar entitled "Securing Data and Technology at Your Attraction" (Thursday, Nov 17th, from 3:30 – 4:45PM). Explore proper techniques for disposal or recycling of your attraction's technology and how to secure your guests’ technology that may be lost and found on your property. Each one of these devices holds a wealth of information about your attraction and customers. Learn why the threat of a data breach exists, what practices to avoid, and how to insure your organization can eliminate the potential liability of a breach.
The 911 Cell Phone Bank, which has been receiving used cellular products, including lost and found items from amusement parks, convention centers, and other public venues, all over the United States, for many years, is recognized as a leader in this field. The 911 Cell Phone Bank can provide participating clients with a 100% secure, totally free method for the disposition of the lost and found items that are an inevitable part of any amusement park or attraction. Procedures can be tailored to the specific needs of any industry participant.
Mr. Mosieur will be available to meet with anyone interested in learning more about how to protect their attraction. Please contact the 911 Cell Phone Bank at (866) 290 – 7864 or e-mail us at email@example.com for more information.