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Technical briefing Internet Content Filtering. Showcasing the new Internet Content Filtering Solution. Clive Moore – Head of technical Services YHGfL. Todays Agenda. Introduction and update. 09:40 YHGfL Architecture – Clive Moore.

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Technical briefing internet content filtering

Technical briefingInternet Content Filtering

Showcasing the new Internet Content Filtering Solution

Clive Moore – Head of technical Services YHGfL


Todays agenda

Todays Agenda

  • Introduction and update

  • 09:40 YHGfL Architecture – Clive Moore

  • 10:00 Introduction to Smoothwall and the new Content Filtering solution – Gavin Logan & Rob Faulkner

  • 10:45 Break

  • 10:55 Demonstration of the new Content Filtering solution – Rob Faulkner

  • 11:45 Content Filtering eSafeguarding advice – Richard Cook YHGfL

  • 12:00 What are my options for unblocking a URL?– Andrew Yoward YHGfL

  • 12:15 Questions


Objective

Objective

  • The mail goal of this seminar is to :-

  • Inform Schools and Local Authorities of the new Content Filtering platform

  • Compare and contrast the architecture changes with the current and new Internet Content Filtering platform

  • An introduction to Smoothwall and what filtering technologies are been deployed in the new system

  • Demonstration of the Self Service portal that Schools and Local Authorities can use to manipulate block and allow lists

  • Looking at the new options that Schools and Local Authorities have when logging url unblock, together with and RIPA implications

  • A reminder on the policies and procedures that should be in place when managing your block and allow lists


Update

Update

  • Golive 9th Dec – Service finishes 7pm Thursday evening

  • Self service portal Golive JAN

  • All current school, LEA, Global block and allow lists will be carried over onto the

    new system

  • School pilots taking place during November


Stepping back in time

Stepping back in time

  • How we used to live….

Content Filtering

Proxy

Load Balancers


Stepping back in time1

Stepping back in time

  • Before Migration

15xContent Filtering

7xProxy Servers


Present day

Present day

  • How we are now…..

42xContent Filtering

19xProxy Layer


The headline figures

The Headline figures

  • Over 61Millions pages filtered a day

  • Nearly 700Mb a second of Internet traffic, and growing

  • All the content filtering platform is virtualised

  • Reduced our running cost

  • 8 Internal DNS servers


Current traffic flow

Current Traffic Flow

Internet

Proxy Layer

Is the site Allowed?

Load Balancers

School

proxy.yhgfl.net : 3128


Current traffic flow1

Current Traffic Flow

Internet

Content filtering

Proxy Layer

Site not on Proxy lists

Load Balancer

School

proxy.yhgfl.net : 3128


Architecture layout current

Architecture layout - current

Proxy

Primary

CF

school

Secondary

CF

Proxy


Architecture layout existing

Architecture layout - Existing


Architecture layout new

Architecture layout – New!

Proxy + content filter

Primary

Staff

Secondary

Social

Unfiltered

school


Architecture layout existing1

Architecture layout - Existing


Authentication

Authentication

Curriculum Network - Source IP Address

Port number – separate curriculum network

IP Socket – Individual school list

AD

Primary

School

Staff Network - Source IP Address

Login.yhgfl.net

Port number – separate staff network

Secondary

IP Socket – Individual school list

AD


User based authentication

User based authentication

RIPA Log

IP Packet

DATA

10.160.1.1

10.4.32.27

LEA

School

YHGfL

Private IP regional 10.160.1.1/30

Outside

Inside

Schools IP range ?.?.?.?


Summary

Summary

  • All existing authentication methods carried over

  • Can now do socket based authentication

  • Existing school block / allow list carried over

  • IWF, Global Block / Allow, Lea, School lists

  • Schools can still override the LEA block list, and can now manage their own lists

  • More things may be blocked!


  • Login