Our VPN Experts
Adam Stevenson is a journalist and copywriter, and has written for a mix of several publications and agencies back in England. Since moving to Amsterdam he now works as an editor within television. Always keen to learn new things, Adam took an interest in cyber security and now spends most evenings researching and blogging about VPNs. In his spare time you’ll find him in a Dutch pub within the winding streets of Amsterdam, or at home playing his guitar.
Bruce MacDonald is full-time writer and part-time geek. He has over 22 years of technical writing experience in software and telecommunications and everything in between. He has published novels in his native Canada and been very well reviewed in major daily newspapers and literary imprints. At present he can be found on his farm in the Talamanca mountains of Costa Rica, where he plies his word trade in multiple markets simultaneously.
Software Development Manager, Technical Architect and Agile PM / Scrum Master with 20 years IT experience. I am passionate about technology, VPN and enabling software development teams to produce great software that adds real value to businesses. I've worked in small start-up companies, in global organizations on multi-team programs and many organizations in-between.
Senior Web Developer, VPNBase CTO
Max is a 29-year-old writer, hosting expert and programmer from Eastern Ukraine. His passions are varied and as well as a love for coding and fine art.
Sara's passion is decoding online privacy and keeping the ever-watchful Big Brother off of everyone's back. She enjoys writing and she is writing from a young age. Sara is our full-time Editor and Proofreader with 3 years of experience in VPN and Encryption.
Stefanija is a 22 years old blogger with a passion for learning new things every day. Her goal in life is to keep up to date with the latest technological (and footwear) trends, and she wants to explore and write about things that can make everyone's lives better. Her affair with Virtual Private Networks took up a notch when she realized she couldn't watch her favorite show "Black Mirror" anymore since its move to Netflix in 2016, so she went on blogging about the countless VPN services out there.