bmerfeldI'm in a corporate environment. We have a user that, with our administrations' apparent blessing, looks at just about every blog, tweet, and other seemingly non-business related websites. Her defense is that she takes what she does and uses it to train employees (yeah right). Her training seminars have included "How to shop online for Christmas" and "Tweeting in the workplace".
Yesterday our intrepid Training Coordinator just happened to catch a virus that ended up spreading to 16 other workstations before I got it under control. Administration has determined that the best course of action would be for her to run 2 pcs; one on our network and the other in a DMZ because she needs blogspot for training ideas...
Admin has ruled she has to have full internet access. Other than our standard security (IPS, Firewall, Antivirus, and anti-malware) what would my fellow Kaseya brethren suggest?
I'm currently pulling her internet history daily and trying to convince admin that Foxnews, Twitter, and BlogSpot are not training references, but no such luck.
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