With this huge outpouring of attention, though, there have been many malicious VPN providers looking to capitalize on people who might not be as VPN-savvy as their peers. That’s a huge problem.
MANHATTAN, N.Y. (PRWEB) August 07, 2019
Lately, the VPN industry has been experiencing some expansive growth in popularity - this is especially true in the US markets. A digital security expert committee was held, in fear that this imminent VPN rise to fame would result in a surge of online security breaches and false market advertising campaigns. Together, the board released a protocol made up of the best VPNs for the US markets in 2019. The Cyber Security Committee (CSC) was formed and protocol was released by Top50VPN.com - a reader-supported, digital security research-driven portal.
Aaron Smolen, editor-in-chief of Top50VPN.com, states:
“It is truly an interesting phenomenon - it would seem like the now-infamous Article 13 and news surrounding it was just what the VPN industry needed. With this huge outpouring of attention, though, there have been many malicious VPN providers looking to capitalize on people who might not be as VPN-savvy as their peers. That’s a huge problem.”
Aaron explains how the committee reviewed various VPN users feedback data to understand what the average person wanted from an online security and personal privacy tool. The data used included customer reviews, security expert opinions, factually-coherent specifications provided by the VPNs themselves, etc.
Top50VPN.com chief editor continues to explain that utilizing specific data as a way of conducting the protocol of the best VPN of 2019 has more practical than theoretical use for VPN users:
“These days, people are very protective of their personal information. This means that the average person is also more sceptical when it comes to using a proper VPN to protect that information. Applying all of the data that the committee has gathered, we can provide deeper VPN analysis results and unbiased online privacy insights.”
To eliminate any and all possible miscalculations, the board of Top50VPN.com distilled the best VPN providers from the above-mentioned data, and then took it upon themselves to test and review each individual VPN. The results were then compared and contrasted with those of customer and other professional reviews.
Laura Mogen, senior editor of Top50VPN.com, further explains this process:
“[We] (the board - editors note) knew that we wouldn’t be able to fully attest the legitimacy of the top VPN providers without trying their products out ourselves. Purchasing a VPN isn’t the same as, say, buying a new mattress - information and identity security have to always be taken very seriously. This is why we tested each of the best VPN providers of 2019 individually - DNS and IP leaks, logging policies, server functionality and so on.”
Both Laura Mogen and Aaron Smolen agree that this type of a protocol will serve as an essential guidance tool in an industry that is becoming increasingly filled with malicious and deceptive service providers. The list will help people learn more about the specifics of VPNs in general, in addition to being a waypoint protruding the best VPNs of 2019 in the US.