You can connect your Mac with an VPN if your business has one by creating connections in System Preferences. The exact steps to follow will depend on what type of VPN you use however, most of the time it involves importing the security certificate of your VPN. (Information about how to do this is available on the VPN’s website.
If you don’t have access to a VPN service for business you can create an L2TP connection using the built-in VPN settings of your Apple computer. Start the System Preferences menu and select Network. Select the + icon to add an VPN connection. You’ll need a server address, account name, username and password to create this connection, and the shared secret.
Once you have these details, you are now able to browse the Internet using your Mac’s VPN. Your web search results will be routed through the VPN that makes it impossible to track your online activities. This also protects you from your internet service provider selling your personal information. Net neutrality is at risk 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 unlock content that may be blocked in your region. Many entertainment websites block content that is restricted based on the region that you reside in however using a VPN can help you get around this. You will require downloading the Mac software and sign up for an expensive VPN such as Surfshark.