I work for an education provider with approx 30 centres around the country catering for a lot of students. They all have internet access and a majority of them are doing computer courses (A+/Network+) and know how to get around proxies etc so they make my job a bit harder especially when S92 comes into play - is it really the companies fault that a student gets around our proxy/firewall and downloads a movie which is being monitored by the "usual suspects" who then send a notice to our ISP and *bang*, the centre is offline ?
The only solution we can see that will prevent any such incidents is to lock down the student internet access to only a select group of sites relevant to their studies, but this introduces the atmosphere of "big brother" and "our way or the highway" which we want to avoid .
So what are you/your employer doing to make sure the employees dont become a potential S92 case ?
Interested to hear your views/ideas