With Spector 360 Web Filtering, you can centrally manage and enforce company policy by blocking access to web sites on your Windows and Mac clients based on more than 30 built-in pre-defined categories or customized lists. Create distinct policies for different employees and groups, define web sites that are blocked or allowed, and set up schedules for when these policies will be in effect. Establishing and applying Web Filtering rules is a simple process that can be managed from the Dashboard Management application using an intuitive wizard.
Control the web sites your employees can visit based on the category attributes of the domain:
Choose from more than 30 pre-defined Domain Categories or create your own customized lists. Spector 360 comes with the following list of Domain Categories pre-installed out of the box.
Using the Quick View Tool you can rapidly determine the repeatedly blocked web sites and the employees who are being blocked most frequently. Now you can see which employees are violating your Acceptable Use Policy and take the appropriate action to keep them focused and on task.
Whenever an employee attempts to visit a blocked web site, an informational “web site blocked” message will be displayed. You can customize this message for your organization with a built-in easy-to-use text editor that will convert your message to an HTML page.
When laptop computers are taken outside the office and directly connected to the Internet, local web filtering is still available to block inappropriate web sites. A blocked domain list can be defined when you create the profile for the Client Recorder. When the laptop is reconnected to the corporate network, the rules set up in the Web Filter Server will override the local filtering.