Month: May 2016

Content Filtering

Content filtering is a firewall add-on that specifies strings of characters to indicate undesirable content. If this content is matched, the firewall screens it out. The most commonly filtered pieces of content include executables, emails, and websites. Content filtering firewalls provide security, but they can also help implement company policies related to information usage. For …

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How Do You Protect Your Server?

Your network holds confidential data that needs to be protected from outsiders. As a small business, you might not think you need to protect your server. Contrary to popular belief, there are more attacks on small business software than on larger corporate networks. Small businesses have less staff training on protecting confidential info, little to …

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