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How Web Filtering Can Benefit You

Learn how you can maintain a safe and productive digital environment by blocking harmful content on the web with ContentKeeper.

Web filtering is a must when discussing security for any organization’s IT network. ContentKeeper integrates a diverse range of powerful, policy-based control over what specific users, or groups of users, can access to protect your employees or students from questionable or inappropriate websites. In the past, web filtering was centered on URL filtering or libraries of websites sorted into subject categories, however, this approach made it difficult to keep up with minute-by-minute changes to web content and website classification. Now with ContentKeeper web filtering solutions provide real-time, high-performance web content analysis, utilizing advanced heuristics and deep packet inspection. Key features include:

  • URL filtering list supported by Closed Loop Collaborative Filtering network
  • Policy management for BYOD and mobile devices
  • Real-time, dynamic content classification as users browse the web
  • Full scanning of all web traffic, including HTTPS/SSL
  • Granular web application/social media controls for sites such as YouTube, Facebook, and Google
  • File controls/Data Leakage Prevention (DLP) file content management
  • Usage quotas for individual time or bandwidth allocations
  • Role-based/delegated administration functions allow relevant personnel control over their own areas of responsibility
  • oDepartments
  • oDistricts
  • oDomains
  • oOrganizational units
  • Coaching/warning pages to “gentle advise” users when accessing potentially restricted web content
  • In-depth reporting with scheduled delivery to automatically put meaningful information in the hands of stakeholders.

Want to learn more about ContentKeeper and how it can help your business? Contact out IT specialists to receive a quote or have all of your questions about content filtering with ContentKeeper answered today!