, regardless of whether they are private users, startups, small businesses or large corporations. It secures Internet communication and minimizes data theft. For example, the following use cases make sense for small businesses: A remote workforce: Many employees or freelancers* work from different geographic locations. It can be a challenge to monitor their online activities and provide them with secure access to the IT network. Outside the office, employees may connect their devices to unsecured networks, exposing data to risk. When employees travel to customer sites to sign contracts or provide after-sales support or advice to customers, they usually need access to their private corporate network at the customer site. They also often need to work on the road and access public WLAN at airports and hotels, which increases security risks.