Global Intel Hub is building a global private network, or "private internet."
Members will first login to the VPN through a secure connection, and then the VPN will manage both inbound and outbound traffic (when going outside the network, to the public internet, traffic will first go through the VPN).
What benefits will this have for members?
- Access to proprietary files, such as hosted on globalintelhub.com (and member contributed files)
- Use of VPN web filter (ultimate browsing security)
- Secure inter-member communications
- Encrypted file storage
- Security tools (Complete UTM suite - anti-virus, anti-malware, anti-spam, anti-hacker)
- Business tools, including online office tools
As we've seen with the recent security scandal, the only protection is to own your own internet.
Eventually we can apply for our own Top Level Domain - at which point we will have a fully private internet member owned and operated.
AVPN by itself is not new. There are a host of excellent VPN service providers, and many corporations run their own VPNs. But they provide VPN and nothing else. Our 'synthesis' model is the reverse, the VPN is a basis for building out secure services. For example take the common application of a web conference. Each user installs one of several conference software on their desktop, such as GoToMeeting, Webex, or Microsoft Lync. Users then connect to each other via remote host operated by the service provider (or in the case of Skype is peer to peer). If a group of members of Global Intel Hub want to participate in an online conference, there is no need for such applications - once connected to the VPN they can connect to a server where files are hosted (inside the VPN), the conference can be organized, recorded and archived, all behind the privacy and security of the VPN. This also eliminates many technical problems that plague webinars and online conferences.