Untangle Network Security Framework Wins Silver for Small or Medium Business Product of the Year in Best in Biz Awards 2021 International

Untangle was recognized for its comprehensive solution, Untangle Network Security Framework, for servicing small businesses and enterprises.

SAN JOSE, Calif. – August 27, 2021 – Untangle Network Security Framework has been named the silver winner for Small or Medium Business Product of the Year in Best in Biz Awards 2021 International, the only independent global business awards program judged each year by prominent editors and reporters from top-tier publications from around the world.

The Untangle Network Security Framework was selected for its comprehensive, accessible approach to security orchestration and network control. Combining three award-winning components – NG Firewall, SD-WAN Router and Command Center – the ninth annual Best in Biz awards recognizes Untangle Network Security Framework as empowering a wide range of connected organizations, from core to cloud to network edge.

“We’re honored to receive this recognition from the Best in Biz International Awards,” said Scott Devens, CEO at Untangle. “With the Untangle Network Security Framework, we have aimed to provide a tailored line of security solutions to serve small businesses and enterprises of any kind or size. This award helps to validate our work in simply delivering that high level of security control.”

This year marks the fourth in a row in which Untangle has been honored by the Best in Biz International Awards. Having previously been recognized by the awards program for Command Center, NG Firewall, and SD-WAN Router, this recent award for the full suite of Untangle services verifies the firm’s work to empower IT teams with a full-featured security package to manage network connections, regardless of the scope of the network or organization.

Winners in the 9th annual program were determined based on scoring from an independent panel of judges hailing from a wide spectrum of top-tier publications and media outlets from 10 countries. Each year, only editors, writers and contributors to business, consumer, financial, trade and technology publications, as well as broadcast outlets and analyst firms, serve as judges in Best in Biz Awards. This year’s judging panel included writers and contributors to such publications as Bloomberg News, Data Breach Today, Huffington Post, Small Business IT, TechRadar, as well as outlets from Brazil, Canada, India, United Kingdom and more.

For a full list of winners in Best in Biz Awards 2021 International, visit:

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About Untangle

Untangle is an innovator in cybersecurity designed specifically for the below-enterprise market, safeguarding businesses, home offices, nonprofits, schools and governmental organizations. Untangle’s integrated suite of software and appliances provides enterprise-grade capabilities and consumer-oriented simplicity to organizations with limited IT resources. Untangle’s award-winning network security solutions are trusted by over 40,000 customers around the world. Untangle is headquartered in San Jose, California.

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About Best in Biz Awards

Since 2011, Best in Biz Awards has made its mark as the only independent business awards program judged each year by a who’s who of prominent reporters and editors from top-tier publications from North America and around the world. Best in Biz Awards honors are conferred in two separate programs: North America and International, and in more than 90 categories, including company, team, executive, product, and CSR, media, PR and other categories. For more information about the International program, see:

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