You probably know by now that using a virtual private network is among the best ways to keep your business and personal data secure and your online activities private.
It’s also a VPN router, meaning instead of buying separate VPN software licenses for individual employees, you can just set up a VPN service on the router itself. That way, anyone on your staff who connects to the router — even remote workers — will automatically have a secure connection.
Aside from that built-in VPN, the RV320 boasts a firewall and hardware encryption for extra privacy protection. Furthermore, it comes with its own browser-based device manager and setup wizards to make your job just a little bit easier.
One thing we should mention: the Cisco RV320 made headlines earlier this year after proof-of-concept code published on GitHub left its operating system vulnerable to hackers. Cisco flubbed its first attempt at a patch, but in May released free software updates that addressed the issue. Cisco said in its security advisory that it’s not aware of any instances of hackers using the exploit, but just to be safe, be sure to install those updates as soon as your RV320 arrives.
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Post by Haley Henschel of the Mashable Deals team; originally appeared on Mashable.com.