VPN and Data Security

17-09-2023 | Property Development

Data security is a vital aspect of modern life, but it’s often neglected. Data breaches can compromise your privacy and can lead to financial losses, whether it’s a breach of your personal bank account, or the marketing database for your business.

A VPN helps protect your personal information and business data. It ensures that no one can spy on metadata or data by encrypting all of your online activity. This is achieved by converting it into an unreadable code fragment, so only your device and the VPN server will have the key to decode it to a readable format.

If you have been logged into your bank account while staying in an hotel or when you purchased an item from your favorite website via public Wi-Fi, it is likely that your personal information was exposed to cybercriminals. This is because VPNs protect your data from hackers. VPN secures your browsing history and personal information from hackers by establishing an encrypted tunnel for data to travel through.

All data transmitted over the internet is broken into packets, which contain various types of information, including your IP address as well as the website you’re on. When you connect to VPN the data you send are wrapped in an encryption layer that is almost invulnerable to hackers. In addition to encrypting data, the VPN also masks your IP address publically to prevent identity hackers from connecting your tunnelbear browsing and search behavior to your real-world name and address.

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