New feature in NetClean ProActive: Real time alert reports when computers are outside of the office environment
The latest update of NetClean ProActive (Distributed Communication Nodes) makes it possible to receive immediate alert reports even when computers are outside of the office environment. For example when employees are travelling or using their computers from home.
Regardless of where a work computer is used – in the office, on a work trip or from home, connected or disconnected from the internet – NetClean ProActive will detect when child sexual abuse material is handled on the computer.
With the latest update of NetClean ProActive it is now possible to receive real time alert reports from computers that have been brought outside of the office environment. This means that it is no longer necessary for the computer to be returned to the home network for the report to be sent. If the computer has been disconnected from the internet while the person has handled the material, the report is sent as soon as the computer is connected to the internet again.
To be able to receive immediate reports from computers outside the office environment, companies have to set up a designated Distributed Communication Node (DCN).
Read more about DCN on NetClean’s customer portal (MyNetClean).
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