Hannah J Lobdell

Secure remote access: Is Bring Your Own Network (BYON) secure?

The average cost of a business data breach falls between $2.8 - $5.7 million in 2021, and the likelihood of these attacks has skyrocketed in the transition to hybrid work models. As more remote employees access private company data from their home networks, businesses are unwittingly put at risk by their enterprise-grade security solutions, many of which simply weren’t designed to protect the new ...

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Vivian Susko

Retail Lab Test Franchise approves Minim as office network security vendor, securing confidential patient data

Amid a flood of patient visits, ANY LAB TEST NOW® sites are turning to Minim to ensure patient health data is protected over their WiFi networks. An evolving library of confidential files and connected devices are overwhelming traditional firewall and VPN security, threatening to expose sensitive patient information. With a forecasted 49% increase in post-pandemic retail health clinic demand, ...

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Vivian Susko

Bring Your Own Network (BYON), Explained.

Minim rolled out our Bring Your Own Network™ (BYON) solution back in March 2020 to help businesses provide reliable remote connectivity and protect employee privacy in the WFH era. The inspiration came to us after launching our internal survey on remote network vulnerabilities and exploring cybersecurity home defense strategies for the distributed worker.  

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Aaron Forbes

The 12 days of IoT security

The holidays are finally here! This past month, Minim celebrated with a 12 days of IoT security social media series, which rounded up our top smart home cybersecurity tips for a worry-free holiday season. We hope that you learned a thing or two to #BeCyberSmart during the holidays and beyond, but in case you missed it, here's a recap of some of the most important takeaways so you can ensure that ...

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Nehemiah Blackburn

Coming soon: Minim App 2.0

As Minim helps operators deliver premium services to support the connected home, improving the connected device experience for subscribers is always top of mind. As such, we are excited to share that, coming soon in March 2020, the Minim mobile app will get a total refresh. Welcome to Minim App 2.0!

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Nicole Zheng

What is TR-369 User Services Platform?

At Minim, we are proponents of open standards in the broadband industry because everyone deserves to have their connected devices just work, securely.

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Samantha Albano

Customer spotlight: KPU Telecommunications

The Minim community is made up of some amazing service providers, many of whom are known as the backbone of the communities in which they serve. KPU Telecommunications, a municipality-owned cable service provider based in Ketchikan, Alaska, is no different. In providing one of Alaska's most advanced fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) networks, the KPU Telecommunications team supports nearly 5,000 ...

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Samantha Albano

Minim to speak at Xconomy's Cyber Madness

In just under two weeks, Minim will be joining Xconomy for their third annual cybersecurity tech conference: Cyber Madness—Case Studies in Security. The event will be held on April 8th in Boston, MA and will feature industry leaders, security experts, and tech founders as they share about some of the biggest security issues faced by today's digital world. Key discussion topics include: Prevailing ...

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Samantha Albano

Minim feature spotlight: Port Forwarding

As it is our goal at Minim to make home network management simple, we provide tools that make the seemingly cumbersome router configuration tasks easy for operators to do on behalf of their subscribers. One of the router configuration tools within Minim's residential managed WiFi solution is Port Forwarding, which allows operators to manage the port forwards on a particular subscriber's network.

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Jeremy Hitchcock

Open source, IoT management, and security platforms

The news of Red Hat's acquisition by IBM reminded me that sharing platform mastery with customers can have tremendous value. Red Hat was able to provide a known, reliable platform, while also harnessing the creativity, experimentation, and velocity of innovation that open source brings.

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