Dec 07

Reston, VA

Online

The use of social networks is now allowed in the federal agency enterprise for public engagement, interagency collaboration, and federated communication. Hundreds of thousands of users have access to read and write on Facebook, Twitter, Skype, LinkedIn, wikis, blogs, etc. But today there is little to no information assurance, data leakage prevention, eDiscovery content moderation, logging or social network application controls. Join us now to learn how Actiance’s Unified Security Gateway (USG) is the only Secure Web Gateway to combine feature and content controls of social networks with the monitoring, management, and security of Web 2.0 applications. This presentation will cover how: * The General Accountability Office (GAO) reported that of 24 agencies reviewed, “most do not have proper procedures, policies and systems in place to safely manage data across the range of social networks used today” * USG provides granular control of not only websites and applications but also the content posted to blogs, wikis, webmail, and social networking sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter * Content posted to these social networks can be moderated, monitored, and logged - reducing outbound data leakage and enabling compliance with industry regulations, legal discovery requirements, and policy standards Sign up now, or register for future access to the archived recording.

Cost: Complimentary Webcast

Contact Name: Eric Pankau

ph: 888-662-2724 email: eric.pankau@carahsoft.com

Company Info:

Actiance Government at Carahsoft


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