Jimmy Kimmel is a Cyber-Terrorist
Ok, maybe not Jimmy Kimmel himself, but his name and many others certainly attract a fair amount of digital trouble. Who among us hasn't searched for information on a famous actor or musician, only to find a plethora of sketchy looking websites filled with spammy ads and very little useful information?
The problem here is that you (or anyone on your network) can easily introduce malware into your network via a malicious website. Yes, antivirus software is great and necessary. Unfortunately cyber-criminals don't rest, they simply invent new ways to steal from you. Celebrity websites just happen to be the newest trick in the book.
If you're not currently using "web filtering," you should do it now. For as little as $72 per user, per year, you can protect your network from the unscrupulous hackers. Contact us for more information.