LONDON, ON, May 12 /PRNewswire/ -- School IT leaders have a responsibility to implement Acceptable Use Policies
in the school.
Schools are increasingly adopting acceptable use policies
and technological codes of conduct in an attempt to raise consciousness about the non selective nature of information on the Internet and to protect themselves from parental complaints and legal difficulties.
Monitoring uncovers stealth methods, such as the use of on-the-fly Internet proxies, to bypass filters and helps organizations such as the DOI ensure they have closed all the gaps and that employees are in compliance with Internet Acceptable Use Policies
Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis has an Internet and Computer Networking Practice Group which provides information and advice to school districts concerning acceptable use policies
for the Internet.
The majority of respondents are interested in incorporating laptop filtering in their security strategy, with 80 percent citing the need to ensure consistent enforcement of Acceptable Use Policies
across all computers, regardless of whether they are operating inside or outside the network.
8e6 Technologies, a security company dedicated to Internet filtering and reporting, today announced the results of a survey conducted at the recent National Education Computing Conference (NECC) that reveal disturbing breaches of Internet Acceptable Use Policies
by students and teachers alike.
The new 8e6 Mobile Client enables enterprises to enforce Internet Acceptable Use Policies
for all employees using corporate laptops, whether they are logged onto the corporate network or not.
SecureSphere is the first monitoring gateway that can tell organizations when a specific end user accessed the database, precisely what they did, and whether their actions are a material exception to acceptable use policies
or their job requirements.
To keep pace with the evolution of the Web and its proliferation of content types and access points, organizations require more sophisticated and secure filtering technologies that enable efficient enforcement of acceptable use policies
at the user and group levels.
The combined 8e6 and Bsecure solution empowers IT administrators to enforce acceptable use policies
that prevent system compromise regardless of where users connect to the Internet.
Automated Policy Generator- The Policy Generator leverages existing logs in order to baseline acceptable use policies
Email policy enforcement: The included Content Compliance module makes it easy for administrators to define and enforce eMail acceptable use policies