You can log in any time you like, and your data can always leave
By John Koski
The Risk Tip has previously advised of the dangers of travelling with your laptop. But leaving it behind can pose its own risks. What if you’re on the road with just a smartphone and need to use a real computer or just print something? Can you pop by your hotel business centre, and log on from there?
This past week, the Secret Service and the Department of Homeland Security’s National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center issued a warning to travellers and the hospitality industry about hotel business centres…
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