The prominent European satellite operator Eutelsat has implemented a new Wi-Fi sieving solution to safeguard its Wi-Fi networks.
Eutelsat is among the world’s main satellite operators. The firm has international coverage and offers video, data and broadband facilities in 150 countries all over Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. The firm has bases in 44 countries and hires over 1,000 technical, operational, and commercial experts and its satellite facilities help a big ecosystem of high-tech businesses.
Eutelsat has installed Wi-Fi hotspots in its business offices; however, the provision of Wi-Fi hotspots presents safety risks. In order to improve its safety position and safeguard its company and guest Wi-Fi users from online dangers such as malware, ransomware, and phishing, Eutelsat has now installed TitanHQ’s Wi-Fi filtering solution, WebTitan Cloud for Wi-Fi.
Through WebTitan Cloud for Wi-Fi, Eutelsat has produced a safe and secure atmosphere for workers and visitors to access the Internet and obstructs malware downloads and web-based phishing attacks. Moreover, the solution lets Eutelsat implement its internet usage plans and avoid its workers from retrieving wrong and unlawful web content. Through cautious control of worker Internet use, Eutelsat is also improving output of its staff.
The solution provides Eutelsat thorough reports on Internet traffic, offers complete visibility into network usage, and lets the firm to save bandwidth through the control of access to certain kinds of web content. The Wi-Fi filtering solution also safeguards the brand by avoiding issues from arising over the kinds of content that are retrieved through its Wi-Fi network.
“Our existing levels of accomplishment and development, including what we’ve seen in the previous six months, verify that businesses are recognizing the value of our dedication to Wi-Fi safety across our offerings and our customer-first philosophy. We are really excited to see what 2019 will bring for both our newly signed clients and our present client base,” said TitanHQ CEO, Ronan Kavanagh.