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Content-Aware Filtering: Millions of new reasons daily
Proxies conceal threats. Smoothwall exposes them.
Put excessive bandwith use on Pause.
SWG from Smoothwall is a powerful standalone gateway designed to tackle the issues of acceptable web usage, productivity loss, web-borne malware, and mobile device integration.
Available as software, hardware appliance, and virtual machine.
Simplify your network security with UTM. Combining our market-leading web filter with perimeter firewall, application control, VPN, IPS and email security.
Designed for the Guest Wi-Fi networks, Web Access Manager allows you to intelligently allocate and optimise your bandwidth, ensuring high quality connectivity.
Web filtering solutions tailored to the needs of local authorities, educators, and students. Filter one-to-one BYOD, and protect against proxy abuse and inappropriate content
Solutions to assure productivity and security. Combining web filtering, anti-malware, layer 7 application control, and bandwidth optimization
Scalable web filtering solutions designed to fit a range of government environments whether local, centralized, or hybrid
Provide the optimal guest internet experience through control of streaming and filesharing, bandwidth optimisation, and content filtering
Don't just take our word for it
So, after the recent terror attacks in Paris, the UK suffered from the usual knee-jerk reactions from the technologically-challenged chaps we have governing us. “Let’s ban encryption the Government can’t crack”, they say. Many people mocked this, saying that terrorists were flouting laws anyway, so why would they obey the rules on crypto? How would companies that rely on crypto do business in the UK (that’s everyone, by the way)? Well, I’m not going to dwell on those points, because I am rath...