In the world of IT, there is no such thing as 100% security. However, cyber resilience can secure business operations even in times of increasing cyber attacks.
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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.
Understanding security: Authentication is the proof of identity, verification checks the authenticity of the identity provided and authorization is concerned with access control. Learn more!
Cloud VPNs provide enterprises with a centralized dashboard with secure, flexible, and scalable connections without needing their own infrastructure.
A cloud VPN connects end users directly to the cloud applications they use, without passing through the company network.
Everyone who can, works from home every now and then. Maybe even for a few weeks or months from a wonderful lighthouse in the Azores. The only thing that might spoil it is an IT security problem or cybercriminals wanting to make friends. That could ruin my day. What about you?
The first Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) were designed 30 years ago. VPNs have evolved from older protocols such as swipe and PPTP to IPsec and wireguard.
Please select a year.