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Juice jacking: Cybersecurity Awareness: Cybersecurity While Traveling
Juice jacking: Cybersecurity Awareness: Cybersecurity While Traveling

Power is something every device requires, and battery-powered devices often require recharging at inopportune times. Juice jacking is a relatively new threat which thrives on convenience. Injecting malware this way is easy. Consider battery backup solutions. If room is available, bring adapters and extension cords. Relying on convenient infrastructure is where complacency will take place, such as USB charging ports.

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