Keeping you laptop, tablet and smartphone secure from hackers requires vigilant, proactive measures to safeguard traveler privacy, businesses, families, and identities. Ned Levi has a dozen safeguard actions travelers can employ to prevent their devices from being hacked.
In “8 tips for preventing identity theft before traveling” Ned Levi discussed preventing identity theft before travelers leave home on a trip. In this article Ned discusses 9 keys to preventing identity theft while traveling and after you get home.
Identity theft can and does happen while away from home on vacation or business trips. Ned Levi discusses how to prevent identity theft before you leave home on your upcoming journey.
April arrives later this week. Summer vacations start just a few months from now. Many are actively investigating summer vacation plans, while others are finalizing their travel plans. There are, of course, many ways to lower one’s costs of vacation and increase their enjoyment too, but there are also many important measures vacationers can and […]
Unfortunately, travel scams ruin travelers’ vacations every day. Travelers must be vigilant, alert, use their “street smarts” and commonsense to avoid these scams. Ned Levi takes a look at 5 of the most common travel scams affecting travelers domestically and internationally.
Do you carry a smartphone when you travel? Are you one of the countless travelers who has lost their smartphone while away from home. It happened to Ned Levi when traveling in Egypt last year. Ned has some startling statistics about lost smartphones, and six suggestions to protect your personal and business information on it, in case it’s lost or stolen.
While driving around San Francisco, a security researcher with a scanner captured and cloned Passport Card RFIDs. Security experts have stated the Cards are easily counterfeited. Ned Levi ponders whether any citizen should obtain a Passport Card.
Your hotel room has been burglarized. What now? Sometimes, no matter what you do or how careful and observant you are, you may become a travel theft victim. Ned Levi knows, because it’s happened to him.
You’re on your dream vacation, sipping a cooler on the beach, soaking up the rays. Meanwhile back home, your postal carrier has left your credit card and bank statements in your mail box. Bad news: your identity is about to be stolen.