Making Cyber-Security a Part of   Your Travel and Vacation  Plans 

It’s that time of year where everyone is itching to make summer plans to hit the beach, visit another country, or go on a road trip. 

While you might be looking to get away from the daily grind, you’ll probably still be checking your smartphone, responding to work emails, or maybe even doing your normal job just in a different place. 

Unless you are really going off the grid, you may have a part of your bags filled with chargers, USB cables, spare batteries, a laptop, and tablet.  For most of us, we aren’t really disconnecting even when we aren’t home. 

But before you take that trip, be mindful of your security risks so that you can continue to use your technology safely, as travel is where some of the most significant cyber-risks can occur.

During this webinar we talk about ways to make technology safe and effective no matter where you travel to.  Topics include…

  • Cyber-risks that come with travel
  • Data storage during your trip
  • Settings to enable or disable when traveling
  • Eavesdropping, theft, and other non-technical threats
  • Public Wi-Fi, devices, and other tech you don’t control
  • Responsible social media and communication when traveling
  • Q&A and more

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Meet Your Speaker



Ben Schmerler
Director of Strategic Operations



Ben works with organizations to develop a consistent strategy for cyber security, IT policy, compliance management, and other technology concerns.

He was named to CRN's Next-Gen List and provides personalized security awareness trainings to DP Solutions' clients’ staff. He also runs DP Solutions’ Phishing Testing Program to help end-users become a cybersecurity asset as opposed to a liability.

Ben hosts regular educational cyber-security webinars, leads DP Solutions' TechTip video series, has been featured on local TV news radio, does many speaking engagements, sends out weekly IT Security Tips, and contributes articles and blog posts for a variety of industry publications.

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