Content Security improves employee productivity and eliminate unwanted content threats in your network. Content security services include URL filtering, anti-phishing, anti-spam, antivirus, anti-spyware, and content filtering - which can help lower operations costs, reduce liability, and improve employee productivity. It also controls unwanted mail and Web content.

Viruses and other malicious code can overwhelm your IT resources disrupting business operations and impacting business transactions. The onslaught of spyware and unwanted Internet content can seriously impact employee productivity and expose individuals to identity theft. Providing comprehensive malware protection and content control allows enterprises to make full use of the Internet without the risk and costs associated with infections and threats impacting client systems.

Content Attacks
Many enterprise content applications were not designed with holistic security in mind. Content protection inspects traffic passing to application servers to ensure that they don't contain dangerous malicious code. This allows organizations to permit access to their servers (e.g. web server) and applications without sacrificing either security or performance. Typical attacks are:

Defacing the primary web interface
Planting embedded web application on a server to do unintended functions
Tricking databases to send confidential information to hackers using malicious codes

Diagram: Multiple Security Vulnerabilities in Web Architecture

Antivirus and Anti-spyware
Prevent all known malicious code from crossing the Internet edge. This helps prevent the disruption of business-critical applications and services, and reduces the costly process of cleaning up after an infection.

URL filtering, Content filtering & Anti-phishing
The technology helps protect the business as well as individual employees from the theft of confidential information, and helps reduce potential legal liabilities. It can also help businesses comply with regulations such as Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) and the Data Protection Act.

Anti-spam technology removes most unsolicited e-mail before it hits the mail server, increasing employee productivity and preventing wastage of network bandwidth and storage.

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