Gartner Research

Best Practices for Protecting Sensitive Data During International Travel

Published: 17 November 2008

ID: G00162836

Analyst(s): John Girard , Arabella Hallawell, Jay Heiser


International travelers face increasing risks of data loss and compromise, both to government officials and to criminals. Gartner's established best practices can help enterprises protect their employees and their sensitive data.

Table Of Contents
  • Overview
  • The Data Security Risks of International Travel — A Real and Growing Problem
  • A Baseline Standard for Travel Security
  • Data Protection Best Practices for Enterprises
  • Data Protection Best Practices for Employees Traveling Internationally

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