Cisco now offers OpenDNS Umbrella Web Filtering. Cisco acquired OpenDNS in August 2015, and rebranded the product as Cisco Umbrella.
Web Content Filtering Solutions
Web Content Filtering Solutions Overview
What are Web Content Filtering Solutions?Web Content Filtering Solutions comprise appliances and software for censoring or preventing access to restricted web content deemed offensive or inappropriate.
Web Content Filtering Products
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Barracuda Web Security Gateways now available in the 200 through 1000 series provide web content filtering as well as access and advanced threat protection, and are available as physical appliances, virtual appliances, or as a SaaS.
Untangle NG Firewall is an open-source firewall and gateway security platform. It offers a free core firewall platform with paid add-ons, and a cloud-based management platform with a variety of deployment options for smaller teams.
Barracuda CloudGen Firewalls provides a wide range of security and connectivity features, including web filtering, NAC and SSL VPN and other features for remote access, as well as protection as edge devices and IoT security.
Austin-based Websense offers Web Filter & Security, a web content filtering product.
Fortinet headquartered in Sunnyvale, California offers the FortiGuard Web Filtering Service, a web content filter.
Smoothwall SWG is the web security gateway and content filtering from UK company Smoothwall.
ContentWatch in Salt Lake City, Utah offers ContentProtect, a web content filtering solution.
UK headquartered Sophos offers web content filtering.
GoGuardian Admin is a web content filtering solution from education software company GoGuardian in Los Angeles, provide web filtering on-campus and off-campus filtering.
Comodo Cybersecurity headquartered in Clifton offers cWatch, a website malware and vulnerability scanner that provides content filtering as well at the free service level, and at paid premium subscription levels supplies WAF, DDoS protection, as well as load balancing and website performance prot...
Webroot DNS Protection redirects web traffic away from unsafe or inappropriate web content.
Barracuda Content Shield and Content Shield Plus for MSPs are cloud-based service that combines robust content filtering, file-based protection, granular policy enforcement and reporting, simple centralized management, and real-time threat intelligence to protect users and organizations. Its prox...
Chicago-based Trustwave offers web content filtering, via its acquisition of M86 Security (March, 2012).
EdgeWave in San Diego, California (formerly St. Bernard Software), offers web content filtering.
McAfee offers web content filtering via McAfee Web Protection, a cloud or on-premise software solution.
Untangle in San Jose, California offers the IC Control platform for web content filtering and network performance monitoring.
Symantec WebFilter (formerly Blue Coat WebFilter) is a web application protection and web content filtering solution.
Symantec Web Gateway is a web content filtering offering, and security gateway.
The SonicWall Web Content Client (CFC) compares requested sites against its database of web sites to provide configurable content filtering.
WebTitan is the web security gateway and content filtering solution offered by Irish company TitanHQ.
CensorNet offers web and email security solutions.
Relay offers insights to help understand and maximize the use of 1:1 classroom devices, keep users safe and increase the educational return on your technology investments. Lightspeed Systems Relay aims to help you make decisions to enhance technology use, report up administrators, present to your...
CenturyLink® Private Cloud on VMware Cloud Foundation™ is a Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) solution that brings VMware’s vSphere®, vSAN™ and NSX® into a natively integrated stack, delivering enterprise grade, globally available hyper-converged-infrastructure based on HPE® with CenturyLink au...
Austin-based CMIT Solutions offers CMIT Secure DNS Filtering, allowing IT administrators to control web access by employees on a fine grain, lowering the chance of DNS attacks.