Survey: 80% of SMBs Feel More Secure, Despite Influx of Cyberattacks
SAN JOSE, Calif., Oct. 7, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Untangle® Inc., a leader in comprehensive network security for small-to-medium businesses (SMBs) and distributed enterprises, today released the results of its fourth annual SMB IT Security Report. The report finds that, despite the flurry of cyberattacks, SMBs are expanding and embracing new work environments, and investing in and investigating new technologies to secure their business.
The latest Untangle SMB IT Security Report surveyed more than 740 SMBs – the largest pool of respondents to-date – to learn more about how they've adapted to a changing work environment, how they've addressed an influx of cyberattacks and defined their approach to IT Security. The survey shows that even with limited budget and resources, SMBs have implemented foundational strategies to address network security issues and lay the groundwork for future investments: 80% of respondents shared that they are more secure now than last year.
Additional key findings from the survey include:
Untangle protects SMBs and distributed enterprises all over the world from cyberattacks with its Network Security Framework. Composed of NG Firewall and SD-WAN Router, and managed through its cloud-based platform, Command Center, Untangle solutions provide network administrators with exceptional visibility and control over their network, from gateway to the edge.
"By making this data available, we're giving SMBs the ability to learn from each other, see what other similar businesses are concerned about and see how other SMBs are adapting," concluded Devens.
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