Web Filtering

Is your business protected from unsuitable or distracting web content?

Could you benefit from an offsite service that blocks access to particular web sites?

Talk Internet’s web filtering service uses real-time categorisation of web sites with an artificial intelligence engine and URL database containing over 3.8 billion classified sites, adding 15 million per day, giving your business the very latest protection.

We’ll set up each user with their own username, password and access level to the internet, depending on their business requirements. You can even block individuals’ access to the internet altogether, if necessary. You’ll maintain full control of the website blocking service, via a web-based administration console that enables you to manage the internet access policy and obtain reports.

Features at a glance

  • Business security

    The offsite web filtering product will categorise web sites into one of 90 different categories to ensure that your users only browse to secure, authorised web sites.

  • Complete control

    Use the intuitive web-based console to manage your blocked websites in real-time, adding sites as you see fit.

  • Stay informed

    Powerful reporting tools can identify blocked sites, user requests to blocked sites, time stamps, date stamps and requests that passed the filter.

  • Flexibility

    Determine different internet accessibility rights for individual users, based on their business needs.

  • Up-to-the-minute filtering

    Talk Internet’s software uses the real-time categorisation of web sites with an artificial intelligence engine and URL database containing over 3.8 billion banned websites.

  • Installation options

    Choose from a site-wide content filter or a small application installed on each computer to block unsuitable website.

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