SurfEasy provides easy to use solutions to protect online privacy and security. It is a unique USB key that automatically opens your own personal, private and secure Web browser. Unlike normal Web browsers that store all personal information on the computer, SurfEasy stores everything exclusively on the SurfEasy key.
Websense solutions safeguard users with enterprise-class data loss prevention (DLP) right in the Web security gateway, real-time monitoring of social content 24/7 for the best possible protection, mirrored redundancy in the cloud for automatic backup, and a single, unified, powerful framework that allows users to growth with integrated Web, email and data security for the best protection at the lowest total cost of ownership.
SurfEasy wraps all of your browsing in SSL encryption, the same standard used by major banks for securing their data. All of your browsing traffic is sent to SurfEasy’s private high-speed encrypted network, ensuring that no one can monitor, restrict or block access to websites.
TMC CEO Rich Tehrani (News - Alert) met with SurfEasy Chris Houston, founder and CEO, at CES 2012. SurfEasy is designed for the average user to easily protect their online privacy.
SurfEasy includes your own personalized browser once you plug it into any computer, including bookmarks and passwords, and will never store those settings to the computer itself.
AutoTrader.com, the ultimate automotive marketplace, is taking an equity stake in ControlBox.com LLC in support of the launch of the Privacy Shield product, which helps private sellers keep their personal contact information private, yet still connect anonymously to shoppers by telephone and email.
The Privacy Shield product is delivered with ControlBox technology products that put privacy control in the hands of the sellers and provides them with tools to manage calls and emails, including the ability to selectively block certain individuals from contacting hem, as well as providing a record of contacts to help car sellers stay organized throughout the selling process.
Edited by Jamie Epstein