We take security very seriously at Viasat, and we make every effort to ensure our Viasat network is secure. Individual customers on our network also have a big role to play in staying safe online, which means using things like strong passwords that you change regularly, firewalls and antivirus software.
There are plenty of good ones out there, but a general rule is one that you pay for will probably be a more robust tool that’s updated more frequently than a free one.
It’s important to protect your computer from viruses, especially because viruses can send and receive data without your permission, which may use your data allowance.
The Acceptable Use Policy outlines important requirements regarding permissible and prohibited uses of Viasat’s Internet service. Some of the prohibited uses have security implications. View the Acceptable Use Policy on our legal documents page.
When Viasat receives notice from a third-party copyright holder that unauthorized copyright usage has been traced to a Viasat Internet service user, we notify the subscriber. Unauthorized usage includes downloading or uploading material, such as films or music, owned by another without their consent. Click here for more information on this policy.