Enterprise data and devices require additional safeguarding wherever your employee takes them — especially on vacation. Some basic user education can greatly reduce security risk.
In recent years, the risks associated with passing through an airport have changed dramatically. This demands a complete rethink about mobile security best practices for international travel.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has established new standards for the inspection of electronic devices, but is it enough to safeguard digital privacy?
Consumers traveling during the holiday season should be aware of RFID attacks that could enable thieves to control their hotel key cards and digital locks.
To the chagrin of enterprise security experts, the TSA recently decided against a proposed ban on packing personal electronic devices in carry-on luggage.
It is critical to ensure that the right policies and controls are in place to help defend enterprise assets before a business trip, on the go and at home.
Posting vacation pictures or specific travel information online can expose social media users to identity theft, social engineering schemes and more.
Tourists should follow these travel security best practices to protect their devices and data from cybercriminals, especially in foreign countries.
A team of researchers exposed gaps in booking systems security at a recent conference in Germany and encouraged GDS providers to upgrade their systems.
Before leaving for a business trip, be sure to keep these basic travel security tips in mind to keep your data safe from local adversaries.