Protecting the privacy of employees was a top priority when Network Enforcer was developed
Cedar City, UT, (PRWEB) December 3, 2007 -
Network Enforcer, a network security software company located in Cedar City, UT, has launched the website http://www.NetworkEnforcer.com that will allow network administrators and supervisors the ability to keep a close watch on their employee's network usage habits.
Advocates of the website say that the presence of such a network security tool is long overdue. Many businesses do not often realize the potential damage that can occur when a potential rogue staff member compromises their proprietary data. The problem is much more widespread than network administrators are led to believe.
"The premise of this software is unique and welcome" says Nathan Polencheck, developer of Network Enforcer, "This is going to be a welcome and much-needed software tool. Every network administrator that has established or intends on establishing a secure network will want to review Network Enforcer. Protecting your network security and intellectual property is crucial to any successful business."
Network Enforcer was also developed as retaliation against growing concern about deceitful business practices used by unmonitored rogue employees. Those employees that have access to an employer's internal network that wish to damage their employer's reputation by exposing internal business secrets will have a harder time once Network Enforcer is installed.
"We have to find some kind of moral standard. We believe that any company that uses our Network Enforcer product is taking a step in the right direction to protect their network security by monitoring network user behavioral patterns" says Network Enforcer marketing director Scott Buehler, a veteran in network monitoring solutions. "There has been a growing interest from network administrators to have the ability to monitor their user activities while still protecting the privacy of the employee."
In addition to network security, Network Enforcer allows the administrator the ability to set specific network behavioral filters that will allow you to dictate what actions should not be allowed on their network and responds immediately if they do occur.
"Protecting the privacy of employees was a top priority when Network Enforcer was developed" Scott Buehler said on the launch of the Network Enforcer marketing website. "This product prevents and controls unwanted network behavior in real time without invading user privacy like many other traditional activity recording and monitoring tools. By using these network behavior filters, the network administrator is in total control of what gets recorded and what doesn't."
About the Web Site:
NetworkEnforcer.com is a network security software marketing site devoted to protecting both the security of a network and the privacy of the employee.