Dutch ministry warns business travelers to take extra cyber precautions

Monday 9 April 2018 | 14:53 CET | News
The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs is advising entrepreneurs to bring only an 'empty' laptop and smartphone when they go on business trips to certain countries, and namely China, Russia, Iran and Turkey. De Volkskrant reported that the government is also giving this advice to entrepreneurss currently traveling with the trade mission of Prime Minister Mark Rutte in China. Civil servants on this trade mission received new devices for the occasion and strict instructions for use. Important documents have been pre-printed, an anonymous source told the paper.

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Categories: General
Companies: Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken
Countries: Netherlands
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