This really should get the attention of the rest of us, it may well have happen in Chicago instead of Las Vegas, hotels all over should be analyzing what happen in Las Vegas and adjusting their security posture accordingly. I am not sure full time screening is going to work long term, hotels where not designed for it, and there are too many entrances in most of them. But to institute random screening is not only possible, but historically has been almost or just as effective in stopping bad guys from introducing weapons and other bad things into a facility. The biggest issue a hotel or other facility would have will center around profiling and the charge of racial profiling. But with the proper training and protocols in place that can be minimized if not completely eliminated as a charge. The bottom line this could have happen in any city, and well need to understand the threat before a copycat or ISIS figures out that this was more effective than a bomb. CTI can train your facilities staff and or security on what to look for and how to react in less than 7 hours and can train them on just the basics in an hour, just the training alone can reduce you liability if an incident happens, or quite possibly stop it before the shooting starts.
from CTI Consulting http://ift.tt/2hPJaGF