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Security is provided through data encryption to protect confidentiality, data integrity checking to validate packets, and authentication to prevent unauthorized access. Public networks, such as the Internet, can be used instead of building a private WAN infrastructure, greatly reducing a company s WAN infrastructure cost. Inexpensive high-bandwidth connections, such as DSL and cable, can be used to interconnect offices to allow for fast and secure access to corporate resources. Companies can easily add large numbers of users and offices without building a significant WAN infrastructure.
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