iboss Network Security Seamlessly Expands SSL Traffic Inspection Across iOS and Android Devices
According to a recent report from NNS Labs Inc., 25-35 percent of web traffic now uses various means of encrypted Secure Socket Layer (SSL), such as Facebook, Dropbox and malware. Since SSL innately encrypts a user’s web access and activity, it can compromise an organization’s understanding of potential network threats and cripple its ability to create actionable policy to protect it.
Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) Initiatives Stifled by Companies' Wider Network Security Threats, Says iboss Network Security
As companies scramble to stay one step ahead of hackers, DDoS attacks, and other external security threats to sensitive data on their networks, they may be neglecting the biggest emerging threat of all - employees who bring their own devices (BYOD users) to access and transmit company data.
Rampant Cyberbullying in High Schools Calls for Nex-Gen Secure Web Gateway
High school students today have a one-in-six chance of falling victim to cyberbullying in a given 12-month timeframe, according to a recent study presented at the annual meeting of the Pediatric Academic Societies (May 5, 2013). The study, based on a survey of 15,425 students conducted by U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, also showed that girls were more than twice as likely to be victims as boys (22.1% vs. 10.8%).
Encrypted YouTube Restriction Problems from Google.com SSL Certificate Solved for Schools, Businesses with Updated iboss Network Security
Because YouTube now has the same SSL certificate as Google, allowing access to Google services requires also opening access to https://www.youtube.com. However, when access to https://www.youtube.com is opened, users can view YouTube content by simply typing https before the domain. It was a no-win situation.
Enterasys OneFabric Delivers the Widest Range of Integrated
Solutions to Enable Enterprise Mobility
Enterasys Networks, a Siemens Enterprise Communications Company, is delivering OneFabric Connect, a first-of-its-kind offering that enables the unprecedented integration of third-party applications into the OneFabric Control Center for dramatically improved enterprise mobility, zero-effort onboarding and BYOD support.
Firmware Gets Smarter
Mobile computing is not without its share of issues and concerns when it comes to security. What's more, schools face unique security concerns due to the growing popularity of 1:1 programs. And that's why Phantom Technologies, a global provider of Internet content filtering and security solutions, has developed the new iboss Mobile Security, a breakthrough way to enable the security of 1:1 devices.
Enterasys Networks partners with iboss Network Security
Providing easy-to-manage dynamic location-based application filtering for K-12 school districts. The combined solution of Enterasys Mobile IAM BYOD and iboss Secure Web Gateway allows school districts to provide access to the Internet, applications, and content based on user, location, or classroom without impeding learning.
Phantom Technologies Works to Ensure iboss Filters Do Not Block LGBT Content.
Phantom Technologies assures customers that its web-filtering technology is designed to function within the guidelines of the ACLU's Don't Filter Me campaign, which seeks to curb illegal filtering of pro-LGBT content.
iboss Helps Schools Safely Implement 'Bring Your Own Device' Practices.
That's the problem the new iboss cross-platform authentication technology addresses. It gives schools the power to force authentication to individual devices, identifying them by user name and filtering staff and student users according to their groups’ policies, without installing or configuring anything on the devices themselves.