Category Archives: Security

MANY TRAVELERS WILL NO LONGER RECEIVE TSA PRECHECK FOR FREE STARTING FEBRUARY 2017

Starting February 2017, the Transportation Security Administration will limit access to its TSA Precheck expedited physical screening lanes.   Only those customers who have paid for and enrolled in a Department of Homeland Security trusted traveler program, such as TSA Precheck will have the most frequent and consistent access to expedited screening lanes.

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New Electronic Visa Update System for Chinese Nationals

(November 18, 2016) Effective November 29, 2016, citizens and nationals of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) who have been issued a 10-year B-1, B-2 or B1/B2 (tourist/business) visa will also be required to apply for Electronic Visa Update System (EVUS) approval prior to traveling to the United States. The new regulation is being implemented […]

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Roundup: Six tips for secure in-flight browsing

The advent of in-flight wifi has brought with it huge opportunities for travellers to remain connected throughout a flight. But although it provides passengers with the ability to remain in constant communication while airborne, just how exposed users are remains an area of uncertainty.

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THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO TSA PRE-CHECK

WHAT IS TSA PRE-CHECK? In response to the attacks on September 11, 2001, the US government created the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to develop policies to help secure nationwide transportation systems, including airports, highways, railroads, buses, and mass transit systems.

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This Expert Hacker Shares the Secrets to Making Your Travel Safe From Cyber Attacks

When it comes to figuring out the logistics for business trips, booking flights and hotels, getting to those meetings on time and closing deals are top priorities. But one thing that may not be your to-do list but definitely should be is keeping your digital information safe while on the go.

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