Virtual private networks (VPNs) are a tried and true method for providing remote access to internal applications. Essentially, they create a private, encrypted tunnel for an off-site user to connect to applications in a corporate data center. But VPNs aren’t a silver bullet – organizations that provide users with just a username and password to log into their VPN connections could be exposed to data breaches if those credentials are stolen. Protecting your VPN with multi-factor authentication (MFA) from Virtual Technologies Group adds an additional layer of defense. Here are five reasons you should secure your VPN with MFA to ensure trusted access.
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