The Wednesday before Thanksgiving is the busiest travel day of the year in the US, and according to a 2012 Intel “Tech Norms for Travelers” survey, technology security and device heist are top-of-mind for travelers. Forty-six percent worry about the security of their Ultrabook™, laptop or tablet while away from home, and rightfully so. The Ponemon Institute study found that more than 12,000 laptops are lost annually in airports. Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) has the most stolen laptops with more than 1,200 devices stolen a week. Do you frequent any of these airports that have the highest frequency of lost laptops? Intel-inspired Ultrabook devices all have Intel® Anti-Theft Technology feature baked into the “brain” of the device so your personal information stays personal if it is lost or stolen. Need tips to deal with today’s “peeping techs” check out the tech safety travel tips on Intel iQ.