Thursday, September 6, 2012

International Hotel Rooms: The Enemy's Gateway To Economic And Industrial Espionage

by Luke Bencie
"For most international business travelers, overseas hotel accommodations can conjure up an array of images. Depending on the region of the world they travel, frequent fliers know that lodging is never consistent.

For example, Southeast Asian hotels deliver a personal attention to detail that can only be found in the Orient, while hotels in the Middle Eastern Gulf states compete against one another through stunning opulence to attract powerful sheiks and wealthy oil barons. Closer to home, Latin America and Caribbean provide relaxing, tropical beach resort, while Europe still offers old world charm in quaint surroundings..."   Read the whole article here.

Mr. Bencie also conducts instructional seminars for executives who travel overseas. (more

If the above article applies to you, you should also read: 
Top Five Ways Business Executives are Spied Upon Overseas and How They Can Protect Themselves (Luke Bencie)
The Top Twenty Information Security Tips for Business Travelers to Closed Society Countries (Kevin D. Murray)
Staying Safe Abroad: Traveling, Working & Living in a Post-9/11 World (Edward Lee)