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Travel Risk Practices for a Dynamic World

Even in destinations with seemingly low risk, it is essential for corporations to have robust travel risk management protocols and response plans in place as part of their duty of care obligation to their workforce. Fires swept across the Hawaiian Island of Maui, causing substantial damage to property, and tragically, a significant loss of life. ...
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Protecting Your Digital Privacy: Practices, Tools, and Using Professional Security

Protecting Your Digital Privacy: Practices, Tools, and Using Professional Security

How exposed is your personal information online? Learn what PII might be found on the open and dark web, what it means for your security, and digital privacy best practices to protect your online footprint. In an era where our lives are increasingly intertwined with digital technologies, safeguarding our digital privacy and data security has ...
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Cyber Security Tips For Traveling

Cyber security is one often overlooked—yet critical—element of travel preparedness. Here are some practical tips to prevent cybercrime when traveling domestically and internationally. With the summer season upon us and travel returning to pre-pandemic levels, smart travelers will be making all the necessary preparations for their time on the road, from making reservations to updating ...
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Legal Developments in the U.S. and EU, Growing Concerns with Generative AI, Chargeback Challenges, and EU Commission’s Designation of Booking.com Under DSA

This week’s Update features a number of important legal updates – both in the U.S. and in the EU.  The next 6-9 months should prove to be interesting as the EU moves forward with the implementation of its new digital legal framework – the Digital Services Act (DSA) and Digital Markets Act (DMA).  I hope ...
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Travel Safety & Security (Especially for Women)

Traveling is often a fun and enchanting experience which can distract you from the potential dangers that come with it. Similarly, if you often travel for business, the repetition or tediousness of travel can desensitize you to the risks. For some, however, travel safety is always at the forefront of their minds. This can be ...
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Global Guardian’s Worldwide Threat Assessment | March 2021

Once a year, Global Guardian publishes an overview of recent global security developments. It is no shock that this year has been markedly different than years past. For over a year, the news cycle has been dominated by COVID-19, overshadowing many important events and trends that will shape the future safety and security concerns of ...
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Tools to Track Travel

With the well-ordered world of travel totally disrupted by COVID-19 travel restrictions, new solutions have quickly developed to track what’s open, what’s not, and what travelers must do to thread the needle from Point A to Point B.  The need to keep up with all the well-intentioned but constantly changing – and frequently confusing – restrictions, ...
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Business Travel: What Employers and Employees Should Know

There are currently more than 7.4 million active COVID‐19 cases worldwide. This makes business travel challenging, especially for those going abroad. Early and extensive preparation by both traveling employees and employers with traveling personnel is key. Essentials for Traveling Employees  Keep updated on the changing border openings and travel guidelines. Visit the website of your ...
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The New Breed of Business Traveller

The business traveller after Covid-19 will be very different. Not only will their travel be subject to new restrictions and safety measures, they will also look different. That’s because we’re likely to see a significant shift in the demographic of people who travel for business. Why and what is the impact of this? Emanuele Scansani ...
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Virtual Kidnapping

Travel data and personal information have become more accessible, making virtual kidnappings increasingly common. Although these threats can be difficult to avoid or detect, a proper risk plan can help prepare for such a situation. What is Virtual Kidnapping In a virtual kidnapping, the most common circumstances are that a demand is made, almost always ...
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