NETSPARK ANNOUNCES OFFICIAL LAUNCH OF DYNAMIC GRAPHICS INSPECTION TECHNOLOGY
NEW YORK, New York, March 20, 2012 - NetSpark Ltd., a leading developer of Internet Filtering technologies, today announced the official launch of their Dynamic Graphic Inspection technology. The technology will enable the automated inspection of any unknown image encountered during a user's surfing, allowing for quick identification and blocking of Web content, particularly pages that do not have sufficient textual context to otherwise make a determination.
"NetSpark is proud to be able to offer such a cutting edge technology to our users. Web filtering needs to be about more than looking at URLs. With this technology, we are looking at the images themselves, not just the data that comes with file. Where other companies can offer 50% accuracy on image inspection, we'll be able to offer 99%." The technology will be deployed in the cloud, allowing Dynamic Internet Guard systems deployed around the world to benefit from the dynamic, automated inspection of unknown images. The technology will also be available as a custom content solution for site owners.
NetSpark's Dynamic Internet Guard is a complete Internet filtering suite, designed to give users maximal access to the content of the Internet while still being able to decide, ultimately, what content enters or is blocked from entering their home or workplace. This is achieved using NetSpark's unique advanced inspection technology, Quilting - a secondary inspection process applied automatically, and in real-time, to all accessible web content that results in the rebuilding of web pages with inappropriate text and graphic elements removed before the page is delivered to the end-user.
NetSpark's proprietary technology ensures appropriate, family-safe Internet use. Already servicing hundreds of thousands of households, it allows ISPs, Mobile Carriers, and Network Administrators to offer their users maximum freedom to take advantage of the benefits of the internet while safeguarding them from unwanted and potentially harmful content.