Travellers raise concerns about WiFi security
Over half of business travellers are concerned about WiFi security levels, according to new research.
Some 55 per cent of travellers are worried about data security when using public WiFi hotspots in airports, hotels, railway stations and coffee bars according to iBahn’s global survey of 150,000 mobile workers.
Thirty per cent of the respondents say the ‘hotspot’ element worries them, while a further 20 per cent said they were nervous about using an unfamiliar WiFi provider. Travellers raise concerns about WiFi security - vnunet.com
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