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Banishing Explicit Content by Redefining the Secure Web Gateway

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Love it or pretend it’s something you once saw by accident at a friend’s house, adult content is still the utter scourge of the Internet – and corporate networks in particular, giving birth to a whole security software industry, designed entirely to keep you and most your work colleagues from seeing something that you shouldn’t.

Yet even though the adult industry continues to evolve with new platforms and functions, many of the products designed to protect us haven’t. Moreover with the rise of cloud-based applications, the borderline has become redundant and many have really ceased to be effective.

This white paper takes a look at the Web Security and Content Filtering market, focusing on how to gain control of your network, no matter how widely distributed. With penalties for allowing adult material into your business severe, you may not be able to afford not to have such effective control.

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