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Cybersecurity travel tips you need

by Jan Schroder
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I was always suspicious of using Apple Pay – for no real reason. Then I took a cybersecurity webinar and learned the safest way to make payments is through an encrypted app.

And Wise is the safest way to spend money internationally, convert balances and receive payments from abroad. You can get an international debit card and use it with 40 different currencies with no hidden fees or bad exchange rates.

To charge your phone safely at an airport, never use the USB port that could have malware or monitoring software. Use a power outlet or better yet, a portable charger.

Jan Schroder, Editor-in-chief

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