The leading European satellite operator Eutelsat has implemented a new Wi-Fi filtering solution to secure its Wi-Fi networks.
Eutelsat is one of the world’s largest satellite operators. The company has global coverage and provides video, data and broadband services in 150 countries throughout Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. The company has bases in 44 countries and employs more than 1,000 technical, operational, and commercial professionals and its satellite services support a large ecosystem of high-tech companies.
Eutelsat has deployed Wi-Fi hotspots in its corporate offices; however, the provision of Wi-Fi hotspots introduces security risks. In order to improve its security posture and protect its corporate and guest Wi-Fi users from online threats such as malware, ransomware, and phishing, Eutelsat has now deployed TitanHQ’s Wi-Fi filtering solution, WebTitan Cloud for Wi-Fi.
Through WebTitan Cloud for Wi-Fi, Eutelsat has created a safe and secure environment for employees and guests to access the Internet and blocks malware downloads and web-based phishing attacks. Additionally, the solution allows Eutelsat to enforce its internet usage policies and prevent its employees from accessing inappropriate and illegal web content. Through careful control of employee Internet use, Eutelsat is also improving productivity of its workforce.
The solution gives Eutelsat detailed reports on Internet traffic, provides full visibility into network usage, and allows the company to save bandwidth through the restriction of access to certain types of web content. The Wi-Fi filtering solution also protects the brand by preventing issues from arising over the types of content that are accessed via its Wi-Fi network.
“Our current levels of achievement and growth, including what we’ve seen in the past six months, prove that companies are recognizing the value of our commitment to Wi-Fi security across our offerings and our customer-first culture. We are extremely excited to see what 2019 will bring for both our newly signed customers and our existing client base,” said TitanHQ CEO, Ronan Kavanagh.