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Four reasons to kill the VPN: security, speed, simplicity and savings

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VPNs were designed to protect the network perimeter at a time when that perimeter was still defined and finite. When only a handful of “doors” into a network existed, they could be monitored and maintained. But the expanding network means doors – and attack vectors – have grown exponentially.