You should also think about information security when travelling in connection with work.
See additional rules regarding working-remotely.
As an employee, you should always be aware of security when going abroad in connection with your work – especially if you are travelling to high-risk countries:
See the instructions and recommendations prepared by the Centre for Cyber Security (CFCS) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark.
Be careful when using Wi-Fi in airports, cafés or in other public places. There is a risk that your personal information, such as credit card information or passwords, can be intercepted and misused.
Only log on to Wi-Fi that requires a password. If possible, use the internet on your mobile phone via the mobile network, possibly through a local telephone company. Note that roaming charges for mobile data can be quite high, depending on your subscription and the country in question.
When working on Wi-Fi in public places it is a good idea to use VPN. That encrypts the communication between the device you are using and AU's systems.
Delete Wi-Fi from your phone and computer when it is no longer relevant. If you have been connected to a public network at the airport or in other public places, you should delete it afterwards.
Contact your local IT support team if you have any questions.