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Always-On-VPN or MS Direct Access (or similar products) to protect against Rogue Wifi

Last Modified: 2018-09-25
To protect our corporate users from being compromised when they
connect to outside Wifi (which may be potentially rogue Wifi), is it
feasible if we implement MS Direct Access or Always-On-VPN?


The products above would establish a tunnel so the rogue Wifi can't
steal credentials nor data & with VPN established, I suppose malwares
can't infect the laptops as the rogue Wifi has no connection to the laptop
(tunnel-protected) or did I get this idea wrong ie can still get infected
even with such tunnel??

We still want the users to be able to access Internet but protect them
in the event they're using a rogue Wifi
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