How a VPN for Traveling Works
Frequent travelers, digital nomads, and people who like working on the go are at a higher risk of cyberattack attempts. This is because they are most likely to try talking to a client using an airport or public Wi-Fi, close a deal online at a quiet café in some exotic country, or even use the hotel lobby Wi-Fi to get on a quick call with their bosses. This is sometimes not a choice and more of a necessity as traveling is expensive, and paying for data and internet while you move around is an added expense. One of the best ways to protect yourself when connecting to public Wi-Fi networks is to use a VPN.