How Resilient is your Nonprofit to a Cyberattack?

Nonprofit organizations can range from local community centers to large-scale operations such as city wide food banks or museums. These organizations are intertwined with the fiber of a community and beyond, often addressing needs that other private businesses can not. However, with all the projects and programs nonprofits support, they are usually run on very […]

Posted in Inside Untangle Blog | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on How Resilient is your Nonprofit to a Cyberattack?

5 2020 Cybersecurity Resolutions for SMBs

During our 2019 SMB IT Security Report, we learned that small and mid-sized businesses still struggle to implement network security solutions. SMBs continue to identify budget constraints as the main barrier when it comes to IT security. This limitation in resources highlighted another glaring statistic; 52% of those surveyed did not have a dedicated IT […]

Posted in Inside Untangle Blog | Tagged , , , , , , , | Comments Off on 5 2020 Cybersecurity Resolutions for SMBs

Top 3 features that hotels need in their network security solution

Recently, there has been considerable attention surrounding the issue of network security at hotels and resorts. These networks have been notoriously insecure, particularly in the eyes of travelers who have heard horror stories about public, unprotected Wi-Fi at hospitality institutions. Now, however, it’s time for this industry to do better. Many decision-makers are seeking solutions […]

Posted in Inside Untangle Blog | Tagged , , , , , , | Comments Off on Top 3 features that hotels need in their network security solution

What can hospitals learn from the Kansas Heart Hospital breach?

It’s a story similar to many others that have been taking place over the last few years. Employees and executives come into their place of business like any other day, only to realize that the critical data they need to do their jobs is locked away under the watchful eyes of cybercriminal encryption. Kansas Heart […]

Posted in Inside Untangle Blog | Tagged , , , , , , | Comments Off on What can hospitals learn from the Kansas Heart Hospital breach?

4 ways to stop insider threats

Most discussions around data breaches and cybercriminal activity focus on external players like hackers. But, this is only skimming the surface regarding the multitudinous threats that organizations face today. In fact, insiders are increasingly playing a large, outsized role in many data leaks. According to the 2016 Data Breach Investigations Report from Verizon, insider threats […]

Posted in Inside Untangle Blog | Tagged , , , , , , , | Comments Off on 4 ways to stop insider threats