With the growth in technology, there has been an increased over-reliance on Wi-Fi from a huge chunk of the population worldwide. The over-dependency on Wi-Fi always comes with its risks as cybercriminals often pounce on your data once you log into a public domain. They end up stealing your usernames and passwords to your most important accounts, including mobile money passwords that may render you bankrupt in a twinkle of an eye.
To avoid such predicaments, there is a need to use a secure Virtual Private Network (VPN) to ensure you are safe from cybercriminals. With this in mind, ExpressVPN has been known to provide the best in terms of security to its clients, thanks to its impressive speed and reliability.
As the demand for VPNs increase so does partnerships to provide the most secure VPNs. ExpressVPN has made a decision to partner with HP, one of the biggest tech companies in the world, to provide its customers security while online. This will come in the form of the Spectre x360 13 laptop model that will have the ExpressVPN already in place.
The Spectre x360 13 laptop comes with an amazingly sleek design aimed at providing the best user experience. It also comes with double speeds compared to the previous generations. The extended battery life of 22 hours is enough to power you throughout the day even if you are far away from your charger or a source of power.
The partnership comes with a mouth-watering offer of 30-days free trial that will not only provide security during your browsing but also give uninterrupted access to numerous applications. You can find ExpressVPN apps for the Android, macOS, and iOS, allowing you to have different experiences in a single package. Once the trial period has elapsed, the consumer is at liberty to opt out or choose from the different payment plans at their disposal. A one-month subscription at $12.95 is the least option, but a one year package goes for $6.67 per month with three extra months for free.
The partnership does not start and end with the Spectre x360 13 as the two companies have set their eyes on installing the ExpressVPN on many other HP devices. This will help them reach more and more consumers who cannot have access to the Spectre x360 13 laptop, probably due to its price or other different preferences.
Headquartered in California, the HP Inc. company was started back in 1939 to provide hardware and software solutions. Being around for many years, HP has not lowered its guard but ensures that it provides the best solutions for people, businesses, and big organisations. The company always focuses on efficiency and effectiveness in their products and services. Its provision of tech products worldwide makes it one of the fastest growing companies.
The express VPN strategy is anchored on four pillars of making the system hard to compromise, minimising the damage once compromised, minimising the time it will stay compromised, and validating all these factors. With this in mind, there has been an increased focus on firewalls to allow only secure traffic to get through. This ensures that viruses and malware that might destroy servers are eliminated in real-time. ExpressVPN also ensures that the products are tested against threats to see how well they react and what code changes should be made to make them more effective in case of any attacks.
The ExpressVPN TrustedServer is on a whole new level as it ensures that all data is wiped out on reboot. This is to ensure that once a cybercriminal gets into the servers, they cannot access your sensitive private data. The server prevents OS and any other applications from leaving sensitive information on the hard drive. Since RAM requires power to store information, all information is cleared out during server resets.
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