You can connect your Mac with a VPN in the event that your company has one by establishing connections in the System Preferences. The exact steps to follow will depend on the kind of VPN you are using however, most of the time it involves importing the security certificate for your VPN. (Information on how to do this can be found on the VPN’s website.
If you don’t have access to a VPN service for business you can create an L2TP network using the built-in VPN settings on your Apple computer. Open System Preferences and select Network. Click on the + icon, then click it to add a VPN. To set up the connection, you’ll need to know the server address, username for the account password, password, and shared secret.
Once you have these details, you are ready to surf the Internet with your Mac’s VPN. Your internet searches will be routed through the VPN and make it impossible for anyone else to observe your online activities. This will also protect you against your internet service provider selling your information. Net neutrality is currently in danger and without it ISPs could sell your browsing history or even your physical location.
Another reason to install a VPN on your MacBook is to allow access to content that might be blocked in your region. Many websites restrict content that is restricted features of a secure virtual data room based on the region where you reside, but using a VPN can help to get over this. To accomplish this, you will need to register with an premium VPN service such as Surfshark, and then download the application for your Mac.