BRIGHT TECHNOLOGY FOR
A BRIGHTER FUTURE
NetClean develops world-leading technology solutions that protect business IT environments against child sexual abuse material, safeguarding against crime in the workplace. Our solutions protect both work computers and business mobile devices in multinational companies, government agencies and Internet Service Providers worldwide.
Detects known child sexual abuse material on work computers. The software uses hashing technology that reacts when it detects a digital fingerprint of an image or video that law enforcement has classified as child sexual abuse material. By following the trail of a detected image, new material can be found, offenders can be prosecuted, and children can be rescued.
Is used to protect business mobile devices and prevent access to child sexual abuse material. A uniquely sourced, continually updated URL list from a number of trusted partners, NGOs and law enforcement, is used to block web pages (URLs) in web traffic. It is deployed through Mobile Device Management (MDM) systems. By blocking access children suffer less as revictimisation is prevented.
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Meet Hanna Belleus – New Chief Marketing Officer at NetClean
Our latest recruit, and great addition to NetClean, is Hanna Belleus who joins us as our new CMO. With a long track record of driving businesses forward we are excited about our future. We’re also excited to see if she will affect the team’s fitness level as Hanna is a passionate mountain biker who rarely sits still.
Our first Australian customer – Save the Children – is live with NetClean ProActive
Save the Children Australia is breaking new ground and takes another step in their mission to create a brighter future for children. Through their installation of NetClean ProActive they’re not only disrupting the spread of child sexual abuse material but…
New technology interoperability responds to the increased risks to corporate IT systems associated with remote workers
The Covid-19 pandemic has driven a sharp increase in IT security risk for businesses, as employees working from home use corporate IT equipment to access or share child sexual abuse material.