Have upcoming travel plans? Use these cyber security tips next time you travel so you can avoid becoming a victim.
- Secure your devices. Use strong passwords, PINs, autolock, or touch ID on phones, tablets and laptops.
- If possible, do not take your work devices with you on international trips.
- Now you see me, now you don’t. Disable Wi-Fi and Bluetooth when not in use to avoid being tracked.
- Get savvy about Wi-Fi hotspots that aren’t secure; limit sensitive transactions while on Wi-Fi.
- Keep mobile devices, software and apps updated to defend against viruses.
- Delete vacation apps when you get home.
- Resist sharing photos or travel adventures on social media until you return home in order to avoid becoming of victim of home burglary.
- Physically protect yourself, your devices and any identification documents (especially your passport).
- If you used a credit card while traveling, check your monthly statements for any discrepancies for at least one year after you return in order to help identify any unauthorized charges.
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