Protect Yourself From Being Hacked on Vacation

There is a great article on Foxnews.com today about phony wi-fi hot spots in airports, hotels and even in the air. A recent study done by AirTight networks checked 27 airports across the country and found numerous holes. This is a big exposure for business travelers traveling with a company laptop. By logging into a “fake” network, you expose anything you do to the hackers. This could give them access to e-mails, client information, financial information or anything else on your mobile device.

To read the entire article, click here.

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