As we know, a big part of the fight against the coronavirus has been to keep people inside their homes in order to flatten the curve, meaning that a never-before-seen number of workers are now adapting to working remotely.

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Rich Orange, Regional Vice President for UK and Ireland, Forescout.

With this rapid shift to remote working, virtual private network (VPN) use has also increased. That’s because many applications remain on-premise and employees everywhere – particularly those working in government, healthcare and critical infrastructure – still require access to corporate and operational networks. This gives organisations no choice but to rely on VPNs to secure the pathway from remote users to a corporate network with an end-to-end encrypted tunnel.



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