In connection with our network-based video systems, we recommend that customers to look at the security of their network. This is where VPN comes into the picture.
We have chosen NordVPN ourselves, which is one of the best tools on the market.
What does a VPN do? - When you try to access a website on the Internet, you typically start by connecting to your Internet Service Provider (ISP). This will redirect you to the websites (or other online resources) that you want to visit. All your internet traffic is routed through your ISP's servers, which means providers can view and keep logs of everything you do online. They can even provide your browsing history to advertisers, government agencies and other third parties.
This is where VPN comes into the picture. It redirects your internet traffic through a specially configured remote server. That way, your VPN hides your IP address and encrypts all the data you send or receive. The encrypted data is similar to nonsense for anyone who intercepts them - so they're impossible to read.
Secure Internet connection - With VPN enabled, all data you send and receive travels through an encrypted tunnel so no one else can get your fingers in your private information. This means that even if a cyber criminal somehow manages to intercept your data, they still could not decipher it.
Complete online privacy - With a VPN connection you can rest assured that your data is encrypted and IP addresses are hidden. Your ISP can no longer see which websites you visit, since all your activity is routed through that VPN server. As a result, the provider cannot collect your internet metadata or log your browser history. And best of all: They can't share them with others.