You can connect your Mac to an VPN if your business has one by creating an account in the System Preferences. The exact steps are dependent on the type of VPN you have, however they usually involve importing a security certificate for your VPN (information on how to do this can be found on the VPN’s website).
If you don’t have access to an enterprise-grade VPN service, you can create an L2TP network using the built-in VPN settings on your Apple computer. Open the System Preferences, and select Network. Then choose the + icon to add an VPN connection. To set up the connection, you’ll have to know the server address, username for the account, password, and shared secret.
Once you have this information, you are prepared to access the Internet using your Mac’s VPN. Your internet searches will pass through the VPN and make it impossible for anyone else to observe your online activities. This also protects you from your internet service provider selling your data. Net neutrality is currently under threat by ISPs may allow them to sell your browsing history and even your physical location.
Another reason to install a VPN on your MacBook is to allow access to content that is blocked in your region. A VPN can allow you to overcome this. Many entertainment websites restrict content based on your location. You will have to download the Mac software and sign up with a premium VPN like Surfshark.