VPN Service for Encryption Online

Under the radar, off the grid, and invisible online.

Using the best VPN service is like having your own private airplane, private airspace, and private airport too -- all of your flights take the same route as others, but the way it gets there is along a flight path that only you can use. Like flying on a private airplane, the VPN carries your valuable data on a secure travel path available only to you, protecting anything and everything that travels on it.

Banking, shopping, browsing, email, public WiFi ... all you do online is automatically encrypted and you are invisible to the outside. Works on WiFi's anywhere in the world to protect your information and privacy, and reduce your risk of loss and harm. 

Reduce your digital footprint every day, and become less relevant to hackers and cyber criminals around the world. 

Enterprise-grade and considered the best VPN available without building your own. Stay safe, and don't trust cheap versions and unscrupulous providers with your internet traffic. 

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What is a VPN?

Encryption is the closest thing we have to a silver-bullet for privacy and cyber security. So, learning to use encryption in your everyday life is smart.  It will serve you forever with protection, greater awareness, and a deeper understanding of the issues.

A virtual private network, or VPN, is a security network for all of your internet-connected devices. A virtual private network is created by linking all of your digital devices directly to a secure hub, so that all of the communication occurring from or to those devices passes only through that private, protected hub.

How It Works.

What’s the difference between a VPN and other networks?

When you use a public wifi such as one you would access at cafes, restaurants, coffee shops, airports, hotels, and other public places, your information is being routed along a path that is accessible to anyone in your vicinity. 

This is known as an unsecured network, and it means that your login credentials, such as a username or password, or any messages you send, or any websites you look at, can be captured by others as well. With a private VPN service, on the other hand, your information is totally secure, as the VPN blocks anyone from accessing data from your device.

Global Access

In addition to offering the highest level of privacy, the best VPN service also allows you to gain access to websites that may be unavailable in other countries, or inaccessible due to restrictions on specific wifi networks. Known as geo-restrictions, these restrictions  limit wifi users’ access to the information they may want or need, based on their location. With a VPN provided by TDS, you have virtually unlimited access, as well as confidentiality.

Why do I need a Virtual Private Network?

If you’re reading the headlines, you know it’s a big deal. Most people now have their entire personal record on the internet, and hackers are mining that information 24 / 7 for data they can use against us. Through banking, shopping, browsing, email, and many other records made visible via public networks and security breaches, hackers are gaining access to information from every point conceivable, whether it’s Target, Gmail, Blue Cross, Equifax, or your local bank. In the current digital age, it’s imperative we all participate in defending against those breaches. The best VPN service secures all of your communications through an encrypted and impenetrable network defense that requires no additional hardware and is extremely user-friendly.

A Virtual Private Network, also referred to as a VPN, automatically encrypts everything you do online, making the information contained in your internet-connected devices virtually impossible to retrieve. With a VPN service, you can connect to any network in the world and feel safe. 

Who uses a VPN?

Businesses and individuals who value their information, their privacy, and their reputations use a VPN to secure their data. As more and more businesses embrace the mobility that technology has given us, they’re also facing increasing threats to the sensitive information they keep and share. These companies choose to route their communications over a VPN for secure and convenient data sharing between offices and between employees. A VPN allows business owners to approve or deny access to content stored on their computers and ensures that only those with permission are allowed access to information.

At the same time, safety-minded private individuals also use a VPN to keep their networks safe from hacking by cyber criminals, protecting their browsing information, location, credit card information, social security number and any other data that travels across the internet. Those who travel also appreciate the freedom of access a VPN allows in areas where network access might be limited.

Industry Accolades and Customer Testimonials

Customer Testimonials

  • "Thank you for helping install the various cyber security tools. I am thrilled with the new protection offered by Total Digital Security! Given that my business is conducted on the road, and I’m often on public WiFi, it gives me peace of mind to know that others can’t access my information while working from local coffee shops!"
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    Marilla S.

    Landscape Architect - Atlanta, GA

  • "I want to thank everyone at Total Digital Security. I feel very confident with your company providing internet security, a private email account, and VPN on my computers and cell phone."
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    Gail B.

    Real Estate Agent - Cincinnati, OH

  • "TDS was great...we worked together and got the job done to my enormous gratitude. I would definitely use them again."
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    Don S.

    Father and Businessman - St. Louis, MO

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