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Why it's good to use a VPN when travelling?

We are used to travelling a lot. We are visiting different cities, countries and even continents. It can be business and leisure trips, sporting events or family vacations. Mobility has become an integral part of the life of a modern person. At the same time, it is critically important for us to stay always in touch with our friends, colleagues and relatives, manage our business, know the latest news, pay our bills on time and enjoy our favourite online and streaming services from any point in a world. We spend a lot of time in hotels, co-workings, airports and restaurants and, of course, we have to use various options for connecting to the Internet, such as public WiFi or local SIM cards from little-known providers. But is it always safe to use such connections?
Definitely not, because

  • Public WiFI can be a trap
  • Password authentication is not sufficient for security
  • Social engineering hunts our credentials
  • Various organizations can intercept and record our data

In addition, in many countries, there are geo-blocking of various Internet services, state firewalls and, even, traffic monitoring and recording programs.

The most popular solution to these problems is the mandatory use of various VPN (Virtual Private Networks) services when travelling. VPN provides additional encryption of Internet traffic over almost any connection, which makes it much more difficult to intercept and monitoring of your data, in addition, VPN allows you to effectively bypass geo-blocking and access your favourite resources, just like you connect from your home country. Indeed, in many cases, VPN allows for solving the problems listed above. But is it always safe to use the VPN service itself?

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How to become a Master of your Data?        

AccessHub B.V. is a highly specialized company that enables you to really become Master of your Data. The AccessHub SecureZone services suite provides the ultimate integration of smart certificates based data protection technology combined with carefully selected open-source solution based functionality. 

Creating your own data environment is king. So, if you really want to be a ‘Master of your Data’ you absolutely need to create your own VPN environment for digital communications and data management. And never ever trust global profit or non-profit platforms. 

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The SecureZone VPN solution

SecureZone in practice. The first step in mastering your data with SecureZone is to download the dedicated agent software onto your device. Then create the personal certificate in a few simple steps, or even better, link it to a SecureZone dongle with the certificate inside.  And then just create your own virtual VPN server or install your own SecureZone Engine appliance. Next invite your employees, colleagues, friends and more to join your own SecureZone VPN! 

SecureZone fundamentals. SecureZone is a carefully designed suite of solutions with privacy in mind and consisting of highly secure data communication and collaboration components that are fully under your control and protect your most valuable asset, your data. All SecureZone components are dedicated to you and under your control, even servers providing services anywhere in the cloud. SecureZone provides fully protected and customer-controlled services for your digital meetings, chats, collaboration, remote access and virtual private network connections,

AccessHub design principles:

  • Dedicated virtual or hardware servers are newly created for each and any new customer (even for 1-day plans) and destroyed automatically when the subscription is over
  • Strong multifactor authentication is always in a place. Social engineering and other fraud technics don’t work any more
  • Double encryption for all connections. Feel free to securely use it with any internet connection at any location in the world
  • Certificate-based access control for any service. You always truly know who has access
  • Hardware-baked protection of credentials. The price of hacking is extremely high
  • Zero-knowledge approach. You are always the only single owner of your data   
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