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What you get with NordVPN Teams

Cutting-edge digital protection with a VPN for business

Remote access and public wifi
Work on any Wi-Fi
With our cloud VPN, your whole team can work securely on any network. Whether it’s work from home, a hotel, an airport, or a conference—NordVPN Teams encrypts online traffic, safeguarding your sensitive corporate data.
Remote access
Reach company resources remotely. NordVPN Teams provides safe and secure access to your work accounts and company databases—no matter where you are or which device you’re on.
Dedicated servers
Dedicated servers
With NordVPN Teams Advanced, you can purchase dedicated servers on demand from locations around the world. Deploy in seconds, whitelist your fixed IP, and create gateways for convenient access control.
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Manage permissions
Control who can access your organization's resources. Protect your business from unauthorized actions and secure your company’s data at the same time.
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Third-party authentication
Keep things simple with no need for more business credentials. NordVPN Teams offers single sign-on integration with GSuite, Azure AD, and Okta.

Seamless integration

Our cloud-based solutions can be set up easily and work on all major platforms.

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Frequently asked questions

A DDoS, or Distributed Denial of Service attack is when a group of infected systems or a botnet flood the target with traffic. Depending on the severity of the attack, it can slow down or completely paralyze your company servers. A DDoS attack may last from a few minutes to several hours, so it can significantly hurt your brand and customer satisfaction.

DDoS mitigation or prevention techniques can include using a VPN to protect company servers and IP address. Implementing a firewall that monitors traffic can also help recognize an incoming attack early.

DDoS protection with a VPN works by securing your business IP address and company servers. A VPN changes your IP, so even if hackers see and target it, this won’t affect your actual company servers.

Use a VPN to prevent DDoS attacks. A VPN changes your actual IP by routing your data traffic through remote servers. A different IP address prevents criminals from finding out the real location of your servers, so they can’t attack them.

A VPN can’t outright stop a DDoS attack. In fact, no one can. However, a VPN can prevent an attack from doing any real harm to your business. By having remote VPN servers, you protect your actual servers from being attacked. And if a DDoS attack starts battering your remote servers, you can simply switch to different, stable ones.

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