VPN Awards

After months of auditing and reviewing the entire VPN industry, we are pleased to announce the winners of the Awards 2019. Click the link to see a full list of the Best VPNs for 2019. VPN Awards | The Winners

Best Overall

Best Customer Service

Best Privacy

Best Speed

Best Vaule

Best Free

Editor's Choice

People's Choice

Best Newcomer VPN Awards | White Paper

For the past four months, our team of VPN experts have rigorously tested and analyzed each of the key VPN providers.

The VPN Awards 2019 White Paper thoroughly documents our auditing process. This industry-first report not only offers total transparency of our scoring criteria, but provides an in-depth benchmarking tool for the industry.

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Thanks to Our Panelists

On top of our in-house team of experts, the panel includes three external judges, all experts in their respective fields. The panel will rigorously check our auditing process and winners will only be confirmed by unanimous vote.

Pete Zaborszky

Founded after a few other smaller business ventures, took off like a rocket after Snowden's revelations came out. I'm a libertarian techie, and for fun, I like to dance in Latin and African styles.

Scott Byrom

Scott lives and breathes our vision to "fight for people's privacy and freedom to use the internet when, where and how they wish". With a young family, he enjoys the great outdoors whatever the weather!

Sean McGrath

Sean heads up's editorial team. An experienced technology editor and journalist, he has worked for some of the UK's leading IT publications. With a new arrival to his family he doesn't have much free time these days.

Charlie Robertson

Charlie manages all partner and provider relations. In his spare time he remains (overly!) loyal to Nintendo and is often heard commenting on 16-bit retro video games.

Doug Crawford

Douglas is an experienced technology journalist who has been writing about internet security for four years. He also has green hair, and likes to tell kids that if they eat lots of peas, they can have green hair too!

Ray Walsh

Ray is an advocate for digital privacy, with vast experience writing about the political and social aspects of infosec, cybersec, and data privacy. Find him @newsglug on Twitter.