Spyware removal in the Homeland

The US Department of Homeland Security has cut a deal for blocking spyware on its computer networks. The vendor is Websense, which will be providing protection spyware, viruses, and malicious mobile code via their enterprise offering.

In addition, the Websense software will be keeping government employees from goofing off at work, by limiting the time they can spend shopping online and booking their vacations, as well as keeping them off of game and pornography sites. Its part of the package, via the included high-performance, highly-scalable web filtering and security suite.

Sucks to be a government employee sometimes, doesn’t it?

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