A whole new type of security has emerged to combat modern threats that evade legacy solutions: The all new Websense® TRITON™ solution, now available with three new solution modules. This marks the beginning of the era of the content-secure enterprise. Antivirus, firewalls, and network intrusion prevention solutions fail to protect against today's targeted, blended attacks. And these point solutions are complicated and costly to manage. It's time for a new solution.
Read more about the all new Websense TRITON solution.
In this webcast, we explore the strength of using a unified security solution to safeguard your organization. AimPoint Group's Mark Bouchard and Dave Meizlik, director of product marketing and communications at Websense, describe how a unified security solution is the best way to protect against modern threats. This webcast will be on Feb. 9, at 7 a.m. PST.
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Plug the Holes in Your Security and Lower TCO
Wondering how to get the best security while reducing cost and complexity? The answer is unified content security that combines industry-leading Web, email, and data security technologies in one architecture. The Websense TRITON solution delivers this comprehensive coverage — no other solution does — plugging the security holes in security that legacy products leave behind. In these two videos, learn more about the TRITON solution and hear from our customers about the tremendous value it provides.
View video on the Websense TRITON solution.
View video of Websense customers on the value of unified content security.
Get industry-leading malware protection with a proven, enterprise-class appliance! If you order a Websense V5000™ appliance for Web Security, it will now ship with Web Security software preinstalled. And we have a special offer for Websense Web Filter customers to help them take advantage of this new option.
Read more about the benefits of Websense Web Security and the V5000 appliance.
Want to learn more about Websense security solutions? Stop by our booth, #1129, at the upcoming RSA Conference in San Francisco or attend a speaking session featuring Websense security experts, such as chief strategy officer, Jason Clark. He's facilitating a peer-to-peer session on "How to Get the Security Budget You Need By Promoting Your Security Program." The conference is at the Moscone Center from Feb. 14-18. If you register online by Feb. 11, we'll give you a free expo pass! Enter this code, SC11WBS, when you register online and pick up your badge on-site.
Melbourne-based accounting firm, Lowe Lippmann, was experiencing problems with its email and Web security. Unsolicited email made up more than 88 percent of all traffic restricting and delaying the flow of legitimate client traffic. Malicious code was also infecting Web users across two locations. Find out how moving toward a unified content security solution helped put an end to these problems, while enabling use of social Web sites like Facebook.
Read the case study on stopping spam and enabling social networking.
Bunge North America, a major North American agribusiness and food ingredient manufacturer, was looking for a security system that would allow the company to safely transfer large amounts of data. It also wanted to be able to see what employees were doing on the Web. Find out how Websense solutions are enabling the company to do all this and much more.
View video on how to monitor Web traffic and safely protect company data.
Help design new features for Websense security solutions. Take a brief survey on Websense Security products reporting features! You might even win a Kindle 3G! Congratulations to last month's winner: Dave J.
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Take part in the big security conversation around issues that are top of mind by tuning into the Websense speakup interactive webinars. Our next speakup webinar looks at whether data loss or data theft is preventable in a socially connected world. Be on the lookout for more details in next month's newsletter, or visit www.websense.com/speakup.
Thanks to those of you who attended our speakup webinar on Security in the Age of Social Media. If you missed it, no worries, we recorded it so you can attend it at your leisure.
Today's organizations should not only permit but also pursue constructive collaboration and other ways to obtain, create, manipulate, and share content to help increase its value — rather than restricting its use. This white paper provides a detailed explanation of the business and technological conditions driving the need for a unified content security solution. This is part one in a three-part series.
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This topic is the first in a series to take a close look at the issues and solutions most commonly accessed from the Websense Knowledge Base. DC Agent is the most popular Websense Web Security component for transparent user identification. We'll cover its placement in your network and the role it plays in filtering, then plunge into tools and procedures for ensuring that your deployment is trouble-free. This support webinar takes place Feb. 16 at 8:30 a.m. PST.
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In the new age of the Web, security threats have evolved to be more advanced and persistent, leaving traditional security vendors struggling to keep up with the flood of new threats emerging every day. To address these modern threats, Websense has built the Websense Advanced Classification Engine (ACE), part of the Websense TRITON solution. In this video, learn about the unique technologies that ACE offers you to protect your content.
View video on the Websense Advanced Classification Engine.
IT security risks are continuing to escalate at the same time that the resources available to mitigate them are diminishing or, at best, remaining constant. This is particularly true for the content security domain. This white paper describes how the Websense TRITON solution is ideally suited to address this dilemma.
Read white paper on how to lower total cost of ownership (TCO)
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- Websense processed 2.8 billion email messages.
- The Websense ThreatSeeker® Network stopped 10,000 instances of 58 unique zero-day threats ahead of antivirus solutions.
- 73% of all email was spam.
- 83.4% of spam included an embedded URL.
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