VPN Freelance Content Writer
Once the preserve of large corporations that needed to secure offsite network access for remote workers, these days VPNs are widely used by consumers from applications ranging from geolocation spoofing to network security.
VPNs, and other methodologies for securing networks, such as The Onion Router (TOR), tunnel and encrypt users’ IP packets and DNS queries in order to render them encrypted and impossible to inspect by Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and other parties.
VPNs exist for operating systems ranging from Windows, MacOS and Linux through to specialist platforms like the Synology range of Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices and consumer e-reader products.
Increasingly, in the distributed, cloud-first environment, businesses are transitioning to zero trust network access (ZTNA) technologies, also known software defined perimeter (SDP) tools to secure access to their networks.
Clients frequently need to leverage the following types of content to best explain how their service or innovation uses these technologies.
Previous VPN Writing Projects
I have written about VPNs for a number of websites. Examples include:
I have also contributed answers to Quora regarding various VPN-related topics, including the dark web and the differences between various VPN and TOR configurations.
- Should you use a VPN when connecting to online banking from a trusted location like your home network or can you rely upon SSL encryption between your browser and the bank’s web server?
- VPN and Tails
Some recent client projects have covered topics such as:
- Zero trust network access solutions vs VPNs
If you are looking for a technology content writer with experience writing about antivirus and internet security products then please use the contact form below to start a conversation.