ProxyRack has compiled a list of the world’s most secure countries for remote workers. It ranks Switzerland and the Netherlands as the two most secure countries for remote workers, with the United Kingdom ranking third. Singapore, Luxembourg, Denmark, the United States, Germany, Finland, Canada, Sweden, and Australia are among the other countries listed in chronological order. Ireland is ranked 12th, while Saudi Arabia is ranked 13th, ahead of France and Norway, which are ranked 14th and 15th, respectively.
Based on a variety of factors, the countries on the list were chosen based on their commitment to cybersecurity, data protection laws, internet freedom, and the use of encryption technologies.
The country with the best VPN access is the United Arab Emirates. Singapore is second, Saudi Arabia is third, Kazakhstan is fourth, Turkey is fifth, Malaysia is sixth, Luxembourg is seventh, the Netherlands is eighth, and the United Kingdom and the United States are ninth and tenth, respectively.
Singapore is said to have the best internet access, with Saudi Arabia coming in second and Luxembourg coming in third. Korea Republic is ranked fourth, Norway fifth, Canada sixth, Denmark seventh, the United Kingdom eighth, Sweden ninth, and Switzerland tenth.
Greece is the best in cybersecurity, with Lithuania, Belgium, and Estonia close behind in second place. Czech Republic finished fifth, Germany sixth, Portugal and Romania seventh, Spain ninth, and Poland tenth.
Slovenia is the country with the most 5G hotspots, with a whopping 200 hotspots per 100,000 people. Lithuania came in second, and Switzerland came in third. France is ranked fourth, followed by Finland, Latvia, the Czech Republic, Australia, the United Kingdom, and Austria.
Finland is the happiest country in the world for remote workers, followed by Denmark and Switzerland. Other countries include the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Sweden, Norway, Israel, New Zealand, and Austria.
Switzerland has the highest salary, with Singapore and Luxembourg coming in second and third. The United States finished fourth, Australia fifth, the United Arab Emirates sixth, New Zealand seventh, Denmark eighth, Norway ninth, and the Netherlands tenth.
The sources for this piece include an article in Proxyrack.