Top 8 Internet Security Tools
Cisco UmbrellaZscaler Internet AccessForcepoint Secure Web GatewayMcAfee Web ProtectionTrend Micro Web SecurityCisco ScanSafe Web Security SaaSQuad9 Authentic8 Silo for Safe Access
There is much differentiation within the licensing so if anyone wants DNS security from the DNS security log, we are there already, and if anyone wants to go to a secure internet gateway, that is also available. We can get the integrated cloud DLP license keys. That is a good benefit with Cisco Umbrella. You can get a complete solution in a single licensing.
Zscaler Internet Access has helped us reduce the time that we spend managing security policies by about four hours a week. We can use this time to focus on other things, especially the IT team.
The most valuable feature is the ability to allow or block sites by category.
The initial setup is not complex.
It doesn't seem to take too much system bandwidth, and I also like its reporting. Once a month, it gives me a reminder of the activity. It reminds me that the protection is on, and if there are any issues, it summarizes those minor issues. During the month, it only notifies when there is something special.
It's secure and useful from an administrative point of view, with controllable login monitoring and so on.
The security of Trend Micro Web Security is good.
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Hi peers, I believe many of you have already heard of the recent Log4j/Log4Shell vulnerability that allows attackers to perform remote code execution (RCE). What does it mean for an organization? How can you check you're vulnerable and mitigate/patch it now, if at all? Lastly, what impact do you see this can have in the near future? Thanks