Enabling a safer, digital learning environment with real-time, content-aware and granular control web filtering.
Now available in 3 deployment options: Cloud | On-Premise | Hybrid
The internet is now an integral part of today’s digital classrooms. The challenge for schools is to protect students from harmful content while providing the freedom to learn without limits. Preventing overblocking and unreasonable restrictions is critical. We are the pioneers of content-aware analysis.
Smoothwall Filter categorises web content in real-time, without dependence on unreliable and outdated URL blocklists.
Combined with a powerful reporting suite, social media controls and BYOD functionality, Smoothwall Filter allows you to review and control what students see and do online. Our Anti-malware also provides protection against malware and ransomware threats. Flexible and affordable Smoothwall Filter protects sizes of all networks.
Now available in 3 deployment options: Cloud | On-premise | Hybrid
Categorises new and existing web content appropriately in real-time by analysing the content, context and construction of each page.
The safeguarding reporting suite notifies you of any safeguarding risk against seven category rule sets including radicalisation, suicide and self harm.
Flexible tools allows read-only access and the ability to remove inappropriate content across social media sites.
Offer public Wi-Fi filtering and filter guest mobile devices securely on your network across all platform.
Available on Chrome OS, Windows, macOS, and iOS devices.
Filter Secure Socket Layer (SSL) traffic, including secure anonymous proxies.
Build policies based on user group, content category, time, location IP, subnet and hostname for mobile devices and laptops.
Intelligently manage and allocate bandwidth to minimise the impact of media and file sharing, without the need to fully block services.
You can generate reports to view the activity of individuals and groups, and enable automatic reports.
Prevent circumvention of your Acceptable Use Policy.
Ensure your organisation is secured against malware and ransomware threats.
Identify and stop applications that you don’t want on your network and prioritise those that you do.