If you have staff working from home then they will need access to your corporate network. Simply opening up your business servers to the internet is not safe. You may expose your network to hackers, or put your business at risk of corporate espionage. The solution is to use a Virtual Private Network, or VPN.
What Are The Risks?
If you do not protect internet-facing servers, hackers could access your data. This recently happened in the USA, where the personal details of 200 million voters were lost.
What is a VPN?
A VPN lets you create a secure connection to another network via the Internet. Your staff devices connect to the VPN and it then forwards all your network traffic to your network over an encrypted SSL connection. Because it is encrypted, your data is secure from prying eyes, even if the WiFi network is compromised. The computer behaves as if it’s connected directly to the business network. This allows users to securely access local network resources even from the other side of the world.
Virtua Private Network: How Can We Help?
We offer VPN systems that will allow your employees to connect back into office based systems via a secure VPN connection over the internet
- Access file servers, remote desktop, printers and other office services from any location with an internet connection
- Our virtual private networks are simple to setup
- A VPN is the most secure way to allow external connections into the office
- Your business routers can be configured to only open ports to specified addresses for added security
Digitalquill – Experts in VPNs
Digitalquill have many years of experience in cyber security. We can supply anything from a low-cost business VPN service up to a complete network design and installation. Your business data is valuable, so do not put it at risk by exposing it to hackers on the internet. For more information on our VPN or any of our other services, call us on 01482 424402 or email email@example.com.