Companies Warn Travelers About Information Theft

During the past 12 to 24 months, some ten percent of companies have experienced the theft of sensitive corporate information from their employees traveling on business, says a new survey by Air Travel Card of 200 corporate travel decision-makers.

The most common incidents reported were theft of computer data from laptops or disks (39 percent), theft of files or other paper documents from briefcases (28 percent), and theft of information via cellular phone or fax interception (18 perce

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