Wireless networks are very convenient for business productivity and mobility, but they’re also a perfect entry for hackers to steal your company’s data.
Protect your company’s wireless network from criminals with military-grade security.
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A VPN is the best wireless security system out there
Your company’s wireless network is not secure by default — there are specific measures you should take to safeguard it. But even when your router is in a safe location and Wi-Fi password is very secure, there are still plenty of ways criminals may use to break into your network. That’s why you need to secure it with a VPN.
Protect your network with bulletproof encryption. NordVPN Teams encrypts all your data traffic with unbreakable encryption that scrambles data. Thus, even if hackers manage to see your traffic, it will be completely incomprehensible and useless.
Secure your information
Make sure no one can see your data traffic. A VPN not only protects your sensitive information from criminals. It also prevents any third parties, including your ISP, from accessing any data within your organization, so you can feel assured it won’t fall into the wrong hands.
Prevent unauthorized access
Make sure no one outside your company can reach your organization’s data. With dedicated servers, you can whitelist specific IPs only. It guarantees that only those with permission can access sensitive information.
Protect your IP
Hackers can’t target you if they don’t know your IP address. A VPN routes your internet traffic through remote servers, changing your IP in the process. So, even if criminals attempt to attack you, your actual servers will be safe.
WHAT YOU GET
Use high-speed servers dedicated to your company only. Select the country where you want to be virtually based, and your organization will get assigned a static IP address.
Control who can access your organization's resources. Protect your business from unauthorized actions and secure your company’s data at the same time.
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.
Work on any Wi-Fi
With a VPN, get work done securely on any public network. Whether you’re in a hotel, an airport, or a conference, NordVPN Teams encrypts your traffic, safeguarding sensitive data from hackers.
With NordVPN Teams, there is no need to find, enter, and manage yet another set of credentials. Use your existing Google or Azure AD account for seamless login.
Easy security management with NordVPN Teams
Easily manage your finances — you can pay for the service in one installment.
Transfer, add, or remove your coworker accounts from one centralized administrator's account.
With NordVPN Teams, you will get a dedicated account manager, who will answer any inquiries you may have.
Easy to integrate
No matter which operating system you and your team are using, NordVPN Teams works on every major platform.
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Frequently asked questions
Why is Wi-Fi security important?
There are plenty of ways hackers can exploit it to get a hold of your company’s data if your Wi-Fi is not secure. This, in turn, can result in massive data leaks, government penalties, and financial losses.
How does Wi-Fi security work?
A VPN Wi-Fi security system works by encrypting all of your organization’s data traffic. Besides, a VPN enables you to manage who can connect to your network so no one outside your company can access its resources and sensitive information.
Which Wi-Fi security is the best?
A business VPN works best as a wireless security system. It protects all data traveling through your wireless network and prevents unauthorized access to your internal resources.
How do I make sure my Wi-Fi is secure?
While a VPN is the most secure option, there are a few other ways to improve your wireless security to cover the basics. First of all, make sure your router is in a secure location — preferably under lock and key, where only authorized personnel can reach it. Secondly, create a complex Wi-Fi password and change it regularly. On top of that, have a dedicated guest Wi-Fi, so no one outside your organization can access your internal network.