Remote working and web-based services are contributing to the success of many businesses. Yet, dependence on an internet connection makes companies vulnerable to web-based threats. For example, malicious software enters corporate networks when employees browse the internet. Also, clicking and downloading files from anywhere online increases malware risks by 32%. But you can still ban certain websites at work to improve security, and this is where web filtering is useful.
So, what exactly is web filtering, and how does it work? What are its different types, and how can you choose a web filtration tool? You’ll get the answers to all these questions in this article.