Virtual Private Network (VPN) technology is used for secure communication between an organization’s private networks and remote user or branch offices. It allows users working at home (remote access) to connect securely to their business systems, through the Internet. VPNs allow individual users to securely connect across any type of network (such as across the Internet), into a network in a private manner.
A VPN is a virtual private network, which means that it creates a safe tunnel through public networks (such as the Internet). This tunnel is created by first authenticating the participating endpoints and then establishing a transmission channel that carries data between them. Because your traffic appears to be originating from the VPN server you are not charged with the data transfer fees that usually apply to non-VPN Internet usage.
A VPN creates a secure tunnel between your business network and one of our remote servers using industry-standard encryption protocols (like SSL/TLS). Your remote users are able to securely access all of your internal resources through this VPN connection as if they were directly connected to your business network, in turn allowing you to securely access resources on your internal network.
A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is a way to use a secure connection over the Internet to connect your computer or other devices to a host computer, which then allows you to operate as if your devices were directly attached by a cable to that host. In other words, you will be able to work remotely on the network through the secure VPN tunnel as if you were right there in person at the office.
The Role of Virtual Private Network in 2022
The VPN role will continue to be important in 2021. In the future, especially after the equipment is developed and installed, users will have more access from their home computers to connect to a business network, so they can work from home. As a result, the need for third-party VPNs will still exist in 2021.
In order to estimate our market share including our prospects in this industry going forward, we have conducted a comprehensive SWOT analysis of the global VPN market which allows us to identify potential opportunities and threats with respect to competition. This also helps us recognize emerging players who are most likely to impact our position favorably or unfavorably within the next few years. We have identified several such players currently active in the market and our internal analysis of them is given below:
- VyprVPN (Golden Frog, Switzerland)
- Cisco (U.S.)
- Express VPN (British Virgin Islands)
- IP Vanish VPN (USA)
- Private internet Access VPN (USA)
- Norton secure VPN (Symantec Corp., USA)