Why ProTective

A unique position to
make a difference

As ethical corporate citizens, businesses and organisations can stop child sexual abuse material in their IT environments and directly limit the revictimisation that children suffer every time an image is shared.

Smartphones are used to access child sexual abuse material

Mobile phones and tablets are increasingly used to access, consume, share and store child sexual abuse material. By blocking access to child sexual abuse material on mobile devices provided to employees, businesses can stop illegal activity and the revictimisation of children.

Child sexual abuse material on company devices – a tangible security risk

1/500

1 in 500 individuals look at child sexual abuse material while at work.

50%

Half of those who consume child sexual abuse material abuse children physically.

64%

64% of all organisations have experienced a case of CSAM in the last 5 years.

Protection, social responsibility and compliance

Demonstrate ethical corporate citizenship

Prevent illegal activities on company assets

Ensure policy compliance

Corporate social responsibility by acting on the SDG:s

Brand
reinforcement

Disrupt access and
limit revictimisation

Demonstrate ethical corporate citizenship

Sustainable businesses and organisations are increasingly acting as ethical corporate citizens ensuring the welfare and future of stakeholders outside their immediate core business. Taking action to stop child sexual abuse material from being accessed with company assets and directly limit the revictimisation that children suffer every time an image is shared is a tangible way for businesses to demonstrate ethical citizenship.

Prevent illegal activities on company assets

Accessing child sexual abuse material is a serious crime, which is why protecting mobile devices is a legal matter. Employers can work to prevent crimes from occurring by blocking access to those web sites.

Ensure policy compliance

Most businesses have a company policy that either explicitly or inexplicitly state that is unacceptable to view or download illegal material such as child sexual abuse material on company assets, whether it be in the workplace or outside working hours.

By using NetClean ProTective you can take steps to fully comply with ethical code of conducts or policies designed to prevent illegal use of company IT equipment.

Improve sustainability, take corporate social responsibility and act on the SDGs

Taking action to stop child sexual abuse material from being accessed with the help of company assets is a very tangible way for businesses to take corporate social responsibility, and act on and comply with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

This is especially relevant to goal 16.2; ‘to end abuse, exploitation, trafficking and all forms of violence against and torture of children.’

Brand reinforcement

Mitigate negative impact, reinforce and protect your company brand by adopting a firm position and helping to create a brighter future for children.

By making sure that the company has done what it can to disrupt access to and distribution of child sexual abuse material, and to protect the organisation, the company brand is also protected. Research has shown that taking action on societal issues strengthens the company brand.

Disrupt access to child sexual abuse material and limit revictimisation

As ethical corporate citizens, businesses can disrupt the distribution and consumption of child sexual abuse material, and prevent that the IT equipment that they provide to their employees is used for illegal activities. By stopping child sexual abuse material in their IT environment businesses can directly limit the revictimisation that children suffer every time an image is shared. NetClean ProTective provides a way to adhere to legislation and policy compliance while helping to stop crime and ensure a brighter future for children.

A combination of our solutions gives you a more comprehensive protection. Read about detecting child sexual abuse on computers and laptops here.

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