LUCIDVIEW CONTENT & SECURITY FILTER
The Lucidview Content & Security Filter is compatible with the following hardware vendors:
• Blocks malware, explicit content, and/or other categories available
• Is a maximum threat intelligence tool
• Provides clean, secure internet
The LucidView Content & Security Filter is a DNS-based cyber security solution that delivers clean, safe internet by allowing your organisation to create profiles to block domains, hosts or categories of content.
Content is divided into a number of key categories, including:
- Explicit content (adult sites, violence etc.)
- Torrent sites (movie, music, television downloads)
- Gambling sites
- Social media
- Risk (malware and phishing sites)
- Anonymizers (sites that hide the user’s IP Address)
Creating clean, safe internet for users
The LucidView Content & Security Filter has the option to force Google SafeSearch and YouTube Safe Search on browsers to ensure only clean internet is delivered to the user. The Content Filter provides granular content control by allowing for different permission levels and user profiles. For example, in a school environment, content deemed inappropriate for students may not necessarily be the same for staff. The Content Filter has the ability to create different profiles for each group with different user permissions depending on the organisation’s requirements.
This product protects your organisation from internet abuse, unintentional misuse, potential legal and PR landmines by ensuring that your company’s internet and cyber security policies are actually enforced. By cutting out access to unwanted content, you’ll also notice a direct improvement in the performance of your existing resources, which will allow your business-critical applications to function optimally.
Designed to work with any device that has access to the internet, whether it’s a smartphone with direct access to the internet or a workstation in a proxy environment, the LucidView Content & Security Filter has a simple user interface with the option of white-labelling, should a Managed Service Provider or IT Department wish to brand it as their own.