Don’t Be Vulnerable to Hacking While Traveling

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Check out this article in The Los Angeles Times, which features a wealth of expert cybersecurity tips you should check out before hitting the road for a summer vacation. It states that using free wifi hotspots while traveling, and having weak passwords can make you more vulnerable to hacking and identity theft. In addition, it says to “beware of public computers,” because unless you know that the public computer at a library, youth hostel, or hotel is safe, “don’t use it for anything more personal than directions to a restaurant, movie listings, etc.”

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Elaine Rigoli

Elaine Rigoli is PRIVATE WiFi's manager of digital content strategy.