Webroot Delivers DNS Web Sieving for Visitor Wi-Fi

Webroot has increased its SecureAnywhere DNS sorting facility to include visitor Wi-Fi systems. The new facility uses the company’s domain level safety and content sieving facility and makes sure high obtainability of Wi-Fi access through Webroot’s DNS international servers.

Companies are currently under pressure to deliver free Wi-Fi access all over their company, with several clients selecting companies depending on whether Wi-Fi access is offered. Nevertheless, Wi-Fi systems can be taken over and hacked placing clients at risk. Companies also should take care to make sure that their Wi-Fi links aren’t misused and used for unlawful activities like copyright breaching downloads and the retrieving of illegally indecent website matter.

Cloud-based SaaS of Webroot has been created to resolve the issue and lets companies to easily provide safe, clean, and secure Wi-Fi access to companies. The resolution has been created to be easy to use and implement, even by people with little or no technical capability. Establishing content sieving on Wi-Fi systems needs a slight modification to DNS settings to redirect guest Wi-Fi movement via Webroot’s DNS computer networks.

The content sieving facility needs no hardware purchases or software downloads. Content regulators can be established through a web-based operator interface which can be retrieved from any place. Users are provided 80 content sieving types which let highly granulated command over the actions that can happen on a Wi-Fi system.

Besides content control, operators are safeguarded from a wide variety of online dangers like malware-laced websites, exploit hits, and phishing sites. Webroot advises its Wi-Fi sieving facility can obstruct up to 88% of online dangers decreasing dangers to guest operators of the system and the business. SecureAnywhere DNS Safety for Guest Wi-Fi also let companies manage bandwidth usage to make sure all guests can access the system.