How can you transfer data safely and securely across the internet? In this video, discover VPNs and how they can help.
- One of the most common technologies used … in networking, within the cloud, these days … is virtual private networks, or VPNs, … because they give you the ability … to have a secure connection from your local network … to the cloud, between clouds, and so forth. … Now to fully understand VPNs you do want … to understand a concept called the OSI model. … We're not going to go to it in depth here … because it's not an objective of the Cloud+ Exam … but it is an important underlying concept of all networking … and I would encourage you to study it more … in the Network+ course or something of that sort … to get more understanding of the OSI model, … but basically it's about thinking of the network in layers … and VPNs work at these layers. … So if I implement a VPN at a layer … and then all my real work happens above that layer … then I know I've got security at the layer … where the VPN is, and that's where stuff goes out … on to the network, right. … So think of it like this, you've got this tunnel, okay, …
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1. Cloud Storage
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