Guide to Web Access Management
Mar 22, 2005 Comments (0)
At worst, when it becomes public and you read about it! This is particularly true where vulnerable sections of society (e.g. children) are exposed to offensive material. But the nature of the problem is such that often it goes unnoticed, or ignored, or becomes acceptable because no action is taken to prevent it. This does not apply just to the most obvious forms of Internet abuse, such as pornography, but to the insidious waste of time and resources through non-productive surfing or game playing. Because such use is made up of lots of relatively small and intermittent cases, it is very difficult to detect through normal management activities. Free white paper.