This guide is at the crossroads of several issues: digital security and mobility. That’s why the Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs and the National Cybersecurity Agency of France (ANSSI) wished to remind with a single voice that security is a shared responsibility between individuals and organisations. To develop a culture of security in the professional field also allows to give rise or develop some reflexes among citizens.
This update gives birth to a concrete and useful document for all business travelers. Each of the nine best practices within it starts with a scenario. It depicts individuals facing various risks and consequences. Then, best practices are developed to avoid these incidents to occur.
To best reflect the reality of all business travellers – whether this entails merely going round the corner from your office or heading abroad – we have designed this new version of the passport together with you: employees, entrepreneurs, manufacturers, NGO members, State officials and students among others. By sharing your experiences, queries and needs with us, you have helped us to produce a document that is fully in tune with today’s practices. Thank you to all of you!