72% of APAC business travellers worry about data security: CWT

A survey reveals a staggering number of business travellers who are not confident in protecting their company's data security when abroad.

Only 28% of business travellers from Asia Pacific are confident about not compromising their employer’s data during their trips, compared to the global average of 35%. The survey commissioned by Carlson Wagonlit Travel finds that US travellers are the most confident 46% while Europeans are the least so 27%.

The respondents cited several situations where data security could be compromised, chief of which include stolen or laptops or devices 29%, public WiFi...

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