Using public Wi-Fi can pose a number of cyber security risks when traveling abroad. Here are some tips to ensure maximum safety for frequent travelers.
Using public WiFi can pose a number of cyber security risks if you don’t take the right precautions, and traveling abroad usually means relying on insecure networks. Even paid, password-protected networks can be risky, especially if you’re using multiple devices.
Public WiFi networks are the easiest place for hackers to attack people because security is extremely limited and lacks encryption – even when the network is hosted by an established business. To ensure maximum cyber security as you travel, here are some dos and don’ts for using WiFi in a foreign country.
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