With their promise of security and privacy, virtual private networks (VPN) are understandably attracting increasing levels of interest. As cybercriminals become ever-more sophisticated, and ever-more sensitive data becomes shared electronically, the idea of an encrypted connection over a less secure network is one which seems powerful.
A review of the market suggests a wealth of possible suppliers. But deeper research shows that 97 VPN products are run by just 23 companies, a potentially important finding when it comes to knowing just who is actually operating users’ data. Naturally, there will also be a desire to understand whether the ‘actual’ owner has a strong position on data security.
VPNPro’s analysis not only gives a sense of actual ownership of VPNs, but also of market share. To learn more, click on the links below.