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Secure, flexible, scalable: VPN infrastructure is essential in modern IT environments and not just to support the trend towards remote working in an increasingly connected world. Sophisticated endpoint policies can help companies to protect their infrastructure from cyber threats. Security features such as two-factor authentication can also provide additional security, both in consumer and professional environments. Innovations in communication technology and secure remote access have established entirely new sectors such as Industrial Control, Smart City or Edge applications. Stay up to date with our comprehensive news coverage and background reports on the latest VPN developments.
When a new virus started to change the whole world, anyone who could worked from home. Everyone had to protect themselves and most people wanted to, especially as the disease was still largely unknown. We knew it was contagious. Contacts had to be avoided.
Welcome to the final episode of Tobi’s take on secure communications, where we have already learned so much about Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) together. After reading this post, you’ll be even better informed about VPNs and have a clearer picture about some of the myths ...
As promised last time, today we are going to focus on money. You've probably read on the Internet that there are free versions of VPN clients. But what key differences are there between free and paid versions?
Today we’ll be tackling another myth about VPN. I’ll also touch on security protocols and what role they play in VPN. Today's myth is: “All VPNs offer the same protection.”
It’s time for another Tobi’s take on secure communications. Now that I hope you know what a Virtual Private Network (VPN) is, today I would like to go into more depth on the myths about VPN today and I’ll also be picking up on this again in my next posts.
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