|Data Loss Prevention|
|IDS & IPS|
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|Antivirus & Malware Protection|
|Enterprise Security Hardening|
|Web 2.0 & Social Media Security|
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Because of its ability to enhance collaboration and further facilitate business processes, Web 2.0 is generally viewed as positive. Nonetheless, it has a significant downside as well: it dramatically increases the potential for the unwanted exposure of confidential data. Web traffic, as a vehicle for either the inadvertent or malicious loss of confidential data, should not be underestimated.
Fortunately, InfoSight provides straightforward, feature-rich and highly robust solutions to this problem. Users of our Web security products can substantially increase the value of these solutions simply by implementing a fully-integrated set of market-leading data loss prevention (DLP) capabilities, also available from InfoSight.
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Ensure your staff members don't un-intentionally share things that they shouldn't on social media sites, or that they don't accidentally deploy malware unaware. Ask us about our Web 2.0 security products as well as our Information Security Awareness Training programs.Contact us today to learn more.
Social media utilizes a 'social' or 'Web 2.0' philosophy that is based on user participation and user-generated content. It uses Internet- and mobile-based tools for sharing and discussing information. Social media is all about marketing through engagement and connection, not direct sales. They include social networking, bookmarking, news and other sites that are centered on user interaction.
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