How to work at home without the risk of hacking?

Remote work is a redefinition of our habits, and this is also the case when it comes to security. More than ever, it is important to protect your business on networks that are not necessarily as secure as in business!

The health situation since March 2020 has significantly redefined the way we work. Using remote work, we find ourselves working from home, with equipment and safety conditions that aren’t necessarily ideal. If your business has an IT department, you may have a fully secure professional PC connected to your business through a VPN. But if you work from your personal computer, you open your professional files and activities at additional risk, hence the importance of using powerful tools, in particular a modern antivirus and VPN to secure your connection and enhance their confidentiality. You can get it all for free with Avira Free Security!

VPN, Antivirus…Take advantage of Avira’s free remote work offer

Avira Free Security includes Avira Free Antivirus, which has been repeatedly awarded in independent lab tests. Avira Free Security protects you from viruses and spyware, but also protects you from ransomware that can block your personal data by applying encryption. With COVID and the use of remote work, we’ve also seen an increase in online scams, and Avira Free Security can detect and protect you from them. Avira Free Security also allows you to encrypt your internet connection with its free VPN, which allows you to have a 500MB quota per month to surf and communicate on the network in a completely secure and anonymous way. You can finally maintain your computer’s performance and protect yourself from security breaches with automatic updates for your system and all your software.

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Frank Mccarthy

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