From: FCW

By Adam Mazmanian

The security screen that monitors Internet traffic on federal networks for cybersecurity threats is getting new functionality that could have the effect of eliminating civilian federal employees’ access to pornography and other suspect content on work computers.

The Department of Homeland Security’s National Protection and Programs Directorate is adding “web content filtering” to the Einstein 3 Accelerated (E3A) security screen. The off-the-shelf managed service blocks certain web addresses associated with the delivery of malware, spam, phishing attempts and other potentially hazardous content.

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