According to the survey, travel plans in 2017 were changed, predominantly due to concerns over security threats, followed by natural disasters. This was consistent across the globe, apart from the Americas where natural disasters came first and security threats second.
Over 667 business decision-makers were surveyed in study, across 69 countries and all types of organisations. Respondents were those who organise, influence or are responsible for their organisation's travel and risk mitigation policies.
Security professionals accounted for 17% of the sample, with HSE and HR staffers comprising the next biggest segments, at 15% each.
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Article Source: TAM