sponsored by Untangle, Inc.
Posted:  18 Nov 2009
Published:  30 Oct 2009
Format:  PDF
Length:  10  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
Implementing Web Content Control can seem intimidating. It represents the uneasy marriage of the very different disciplines of network administration and human resource management. With a little forethought, however, it becomes straightforward and very effective. There are two primary elements that need to be considered:
  1. the business requirements that the content control solution must support
  2. the guiding principles for what is reasonable use of the company’s network
Once those two things are established, the rest of the pieces will fall neatly into place.

In this paper we aim to set out a general structure for implementing web content control and creating an acceptable use policy within a business setting. The five-step plan we offer here is geared toward the practical realities facing businesses with limited IT and HR resources. We believe it to be a solid framework that can protect your organization from the major threats presented by users on your network and can be implemented and managed in short order.

Read this whitepaper to learn more about the reasons to implement Web Content Control and our five-step plan for a successful implementation.

Content Management | Risk Management | Security | Security Management | Security Policies | Web Application Security | Web Content Management | Web Site Administration | Web Site Monitoring

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