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What Travelers Need to Know About REAL ID

Are you Ready for Real ID?
On October 1, 2020, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will implement the final phase of REAL ID enforcement, requiring Americans to present a REAL ID-compliant driver’s license or another acceptable form of authenticated ID to go through airport security checkpoints. REAL ID refers to a set of security standards…

STRUGGLING TO GET LEADERSHIP SUPPORT TO IMPLEMENT OR IMPROVE A TRAVEL RISK MANAGEMENT (TRM) PROGRAM? – TRY THIS!

As the person responsible for your organization’s Travel Program, you may be in a very typical situation trying to get leadership to talk about or focus on travel risk and implementing a process to mitigate travel risk. Typically, you are aware there is a need for an end-to-end travel risk…

What Are Companies Doing to Educate and Protect Female Employees Traveling Alone?

Women traveling alone face all the usual frustrations that regular people do: plane delays, fatigue, difficulty finding healthy food. But they can come up against other greater risks: sexual harassment or assault, gender-specific health problems, or kidnapping, to name a few. The number of female business travelers has increased over…

Cyber Security – Mitigating Your Risk

Cybercriminals threaten business travelers and the organizations they represent with reputational damage and financial losses. Research shows that travelers going to a wide range of countries face a growing threat from cybercriminal activity, both from sophisticated as well as less capable groups. Cybercriminals use techniques such as drive-by downloads and phishing attacks…
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