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Online Security for the Business Traveler provides an overview of this often overlooked problem, explores cases highlighting specific security issues, and offers practical advice on what to do to ensure business security while traveling and engaging in online activity. It is an essential reference guide for any travelling business person or security professional.
- Chapters are organized by travel stages for easy reference, including planning, departure, arrival, and returning home
- Touches on the latest technologies that today's business traveler is using
- Uses case studies to highlight specific security issues and identify areas for improved risk mitigation