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Content Filtering

Automatically maintain a safe and productive work or learning environment by blocking harmful or offensive content on the web using a comprehensive website category database.

Control Access

Control

Control over what specific users or groups of users can access.

Protection

Protect

Keep your employees and/or students off of questionable and inappropriate websites.

Blocked Websites

Maintain

Compile detailed reports of users trying to view sites that are blocked anytime.

How CONTENTKEEPER Works

Web filtering is a key security requirement for almost any organization’s IT network. Web filtering is about controlling access to inappropriate or dangerous Internet content while ensuring you can access valuable content when you need to. Organizations utilize web filtering to provide a productive and safe work or learning environment and to meet regulatory or legal compliance obligations.

Until recently, Web Filtering has centered on URL filtering or libraries of websites sorted into subject categories.

However, this approach has a problem; there are always more websites to classify and web content can change minute-by-minute. Today, ContentKeeper’s web filtering solutions provide real-time, high-performance web content analysis, utilizing advanced heuristics and deep packet inspection. ContentKeeper integrates a diverse range of powerful, policy-based controls to enable your organization fine control over web use on any web-connected device located anywhere.

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Key Features

  • 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
  • Roles-based/delegated administration functions allow relevant personnel control over their own areas of responsibility
    • departments
    • districts
    • domains
    • organizational units
    • etc.
  • Coaching/warning pages to “gently advise” users when accessing potentially restricted web content
  • In-depth reporting with scheduled delivery to automatically put meaningful information in the hands of stakeholders when they want it.