The Top Six Risks of Employee Internet Use and How to Stop Them
sponsored by St. Bernard Software

When it comes to your employees' use of the Internet, it isn’t wise to underestimate the potential for damage to your organization.

From a network used by dedicated scientific intellectuals devoted to honest research, the Internet has grown to become the world’s biggest clearinghouse for information of all kinds. At the same time, it has become a haven for inappropriate behavior and systems attacks, as well as posing a liability for any company that doesn’t appropriately manage their employees' Internet use.

Due to the serious nature of many threats, the Internet use of even one unmonitored employee on a single unmanaged system can ravage a company’s internal network, irrevocably delete critical data, and ultimately ruin the company’s ability to conduct business. Situations like this aren’t works of fiction, but actual everyday occurrences for organizations with unprotected networks. Read this white paper to learn more about how to protect your organization from these threats.

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