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Don’t ignore physical security. Morehouse said he knows of many executives and foreign travelers who have returned to their hotel room to find it trashed and mobile devices missing. Once criminals have physical control of your device, protecting its contents is a much bigger challenge. 

(Images via blmurch‘s and chokingsun‘s Flickr photostream)

Don’t ignore physical security. Morehouse said he knows of many executives and foreign travelers who have returned to their hotel room to find it trashed and mobile devices missing. Once criminals have physical control of your device, protecting its contents is a much bigger challenge. 

(Images via blmurch‘s and chokingsun‘s Flickr photostream)

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