PRIVATE WiFi recently released a new infographic, available at http://www.privatewifi.com/wireless-safety-tips-for-travelers/ and below, that highlights five steps you can take to protect yourself on wireless networks while you travel.
Get savvy about WiFi hotspots by limiting the type of business you conduct and adjusting the security settings on your device to limit who can access your machine. Additionally, note that paid Wi-Fi doesn't ncessarily mean safe WiFi; use common sense when you connect, and if you're online through an unsecured or unprotected network, be cautious about the sites you visit and the information you release.
For more infographics, tip sheets and tools, visit http://staysafeonline.org/stay-safe-online/resources/.
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