In today’s work-from-anywhere environment, security is a major concern. A report by Malwarebytes showed that 20% of organizations had a breach because of a remote worker. To counter these threats, you need to use several tools to create custom security infrastructure that suits your company’s needs. For instance, you can use a Virtual Private Network (VPN), which creates a secure tunnel for transmitting sensitive data. VPNs use many protocols, and one of the more popular ones is Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol (SSTP). Microsoft introduced it when Windows Vista rolled out, and people still use it extensively.
In this article, I’ll educate you on SSTP, how it works, its advantages and disadvantages, and how to connect to it. Lastly, I’ll show you how you can choose a suitable service provider that best suits your business.