it's nothing that serious just a bunch of punch in and out logs but I'm looking into VPN
If the information is valuable in of itself it should be protected. If fingerprints are involved and they were mine I would be really keen on better security.
If the logging information was valuable ditto (in other words, I dont get paid because the logs were hacked and dont exist I would be really keen on better security)
If the devices themselves and the information were hacked and destroyed, how long would this affect company business...... What would the real costs be??
I think you start to see the drift of the discussion, what one perceives and what actual value there is when considering actual outcomes of hacking may seriously differ......
Be it for $$ value hacking or malicious destructive hacking (for any business) VPN is the right path.
I personally recommend IKEv2 as recently and so eloquently described in a practical presentation.
https://mum.mikrotik.com/presentations/ ... 543676.pdf
I'd rather manage rats than software. Follow my advice at your own risk! (Sob & mkx forced me to write that!)