Private Internet Access, A VPN Service Provider To Help Keep You Safe When Using Public Wi-Fi

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Private Internet Access – Being a remote worker means having the convenience of working from anywhere with a Wi-Fi signal. Using a VPN, though, helps keep remote workers more secure when using public Wi-Fi or other networks.

We have a home router with built-in VPN, but we also have Private Internet Access as a backup solution when we travel. After some recent articles on the insecurity of public Wi-Fi networks, using a VPN just makes sense to help keep our data safe. Private Internet Access is one of many companies providing VPN services today.

We like Private Internet Access because it is incredibly affordable, works on just about any operating system and mobile device. After reading many reviews on VPN providers, we found that Private Internet Access was often listed in the top 5 providers, many times at a #1 or #2 ranking.

When choosing a VPN service, it’s a good idea to talk to your company’s IT department first as they might already have a preferred VPN service for employees. But if they don’t, or you’re freelancing and don’t have a VPN service provider already, give Private Internet Access a look. We always recommend you do your own investigation of service providers. We’ve been happy customers of Private Internet Access for a couple of years now.

Even when using a VPN, as well as other security practices, there is still a chance that your data could be compromised. Security is hard, and new vulnerabilities are discovered every day. Even VPNs are occasionally subject to vulnerabilities that could expose your data, although those vulnerabilities are usually repaired quickly. The best you can do is be as secure as possible. Generally speaking, VPNs provide a much needed extra layer of security when using public Wi-Fi networks.

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2018-04-05T14:56:46+00:00 By |0 Comments

About the Author:

Kathleen has been a freelance writer for over a decade, writing for newspapers, magazines, and blogs. She is also an e-book author.

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