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Have all travel documents with you while traveling by plane, train, or other mode of transportation (do not check-in with luggage). Keep all original travel documents in a safe location at your hotel, dormitory or other safe location where you are residing. The Division of International Affairs, through the Study Abroad Office, assists faculty, staff and students by providing them with basic information regarding health and safety issues involved in international travel. International travel can pose significant risks to information stored on or accessible through the computers, tablets and smartphones that we take with us.
As you make overseas travel plans, you should approach securing your devices and data as you would a home repair or painting project.
UA Information Security recommends following this guideline to assist in protecting University data, computing devices, and your own personal information. Get a loaner:  Take a loaner laptop with you on your trip, if your department can provide this. Taking an encrypted loaner device drastically reduces the likelihood that theft or compromise will expose data, which isn't needed while you travel.
Upon your return, after backing up relevant data from your travels, the device can be wiped clean (erased), helping mitigate the risks of importing threats back into your home environment. PLEASE NOTE:  MAKE SURE THAT YOU HAVE NOT STORED REGULATED DATA ON ANY DEVICE WITH WHICH YOU WILL BE TRAVELING.
Stored passwords from other applications, UNLESS you store them in a secure password management application designed to secure, store and handle login credentials.

Use strong passwords and device timeouts:  Set up strong passwords for all accounts that you will use overseas.
Go disposable:  If you require a cell phone while overseas, consider purchasing a “burner” or disposable phone in the destination country.
Clean other mobile devices, too:  If you must take your cell phone or tablet with you, securely erase all sensitive data, including stored passwords. NOTE:  Some countries, such as China, Israel, and Russia, have restrictions on the import and use of encryption tools and do not allow cryptography tools to be imported or used within their borders without a license, or in some extreme cases, at all. Install Security Software and keep it up-to-date on all devices:  If you do not have endpoint security on your laptop, you can download and install Sophos Endpoint Security and Control (free to all faculty, staff and students). Use the UA Virtual Private Network (VPN):  UA’s AnyConnect VPN provides a secure connection from your computer to the Internet. If available, use eduroam for wireless service:  eduroam is a consortium of institutions from the international education and research community that allow members to use each other's secured wireless networks by logging in with their home institution ID. Configure your device for eduroam access while on the UA campus, then test eduroam access before departing. Use the lowest possible privilege level:  While traveling, do not use an administrator account as your primary account. Turn off “join wireless networks automatically” on all of your mobile devices (computers, tablets, mobile phones, etc.).
Use care when using a “public” device:  If you must use a device available at your hotel or other public spaces, be cautious about logging into any sensitive account.

Keep track of what credentials you use while traveling:  Whether you sign into personal or University accounts while traveling, keep track of the services you've accessed. Change your passwords:  Using a trusted computer and network, change passwords for all services you accessed while away. Students should review the information in this section before going abroad and ensure that they are aware of Yale University's policies regarding international travel. Yale College students receiving a fellowship to support an international activity are required to complete an online registration. Please make sure that you register with CIPE, in order to complete required documentation and have access to the resources that were discussed at the orientation. Leave it at home!  This includes laptops, tablets, cell phones, USB thumb drives, and cameras with flash media capability. Upon registering, you will create a profile within the Center for International and Professional Experience (called a MyCIPE profile), through which you will be able to complete required pre-departure forms and access online pre-departure orientation materials.

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