Securing your network locally is, relatively speaking, a simple process given that you have physical control of all the cables and hardware that your machines are connected to, so there's no real need to worry about the data being shared. Things get a bit more complicated when your employees are working in remote locations where your valuable data could be passing through compromised networks.
In this guide, we'll be taking a look at the budget-friendly and open-source way to offer road warriors a secure connection back to home base.
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