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animated short voice over explaining the companies web protection product. Humorous.
2013-07-08 11:16:48 GMT
2013-07-12 10:00:00 (GMT -06:00) Central America 
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The Voice Actor should be located in:
Fixed - USD 100
Others (on-camera, infomercials, live announcers, spokespersons)
552 words
English - British
john cleese ish
Middle Age Male
• Audio files must be delivered via email OR
• Audio files must be delivered via FTP/Dropbox/Google Drive/cloud
• Deliver edited and finished voice tracks
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This is a non-union project

Script Details

***custom demo required*** 
SecureSurf: Why DNS Plus Proxy Makes Sense

“Okay, so you run a business. Any business. Perhaps you make widgets. Or grow widgets. Or do whatever one does with a widget.

It’s likely your employees need the Internet to do their jobs. But your company doesn’t need viruses infecting your network . . . or offensive content embarrassing your team. Most of all, you don’t need cyber crooks stealing your information!

“What you do need is SecureSurf Web protection from AppRiver.

“SecureSurf works by using a two-tiered system called DNS-Plus-Proxy. Here’s what that means:

“Let’s say an employee, James (because that’s a good, generic name), wants to go to his favorite gambling site. Since you don’t run a casino, that’s not somewhere you want James to go. So when he tries to visit Blow Big Bucks dot com, SecureSurf says: “Sorry, James, but we would rather you be working than gambling on company time.”

It doesn’t actually say that, but it does prevent James from going there. That’s because SecureSurf blocks sites based on their reputation. Ones that are known to deliver malware and viruses are stopped automatically -- as are sites that violate the policies you set.

That’s the “DNS” part.

Now, let’s say Steve (James’s equally generic co-worker) wants to go to Wikipedia. Wikipedia is a good site whose address is not blocked by reputation. However, Steve wants to see a Wiki page about nude modeling. Because you’re also not a fine art distributor, you have a policy against nude images.

This is where the “proxy” comes in. Steve is able to go to Wikipedia just fine, but the proxy sees the nude images, gets embarrassed and stops the page from loading. Okay, maybe it doesn’t blush or anything, but it does prevent him for going there. And it gives him a helpful message that explains why.

So what about good sites that allow ads and such from not-so-good sites? SecureSurf is smart enough to allow the good content while blocking just the bad stuff. That prevents Miss Iris in accounting from clicking on that picture of a bunny hugging a kitten. SecureSurf knows that behind the furry cuteness is a malware site and stops Miss Iris before she compromises your whole company.

Now let’s talk about Stephanie. Stephanie is a trustworthy employee (unlike James and Steve). Stephanie is doing important business research on fine arts and gambling. SecureSurf allows you to set different policies for different users so that Stephanie can access the pages she needs. However, even Stephanie can’t go to sites that are known to deliver malware and viruses.

But Stephanie’s privileges make Steve upset, so he decides to beat the system by simply searching for the images he wants to see. He turns off the safe search feature of his browser, searches for nude models and . . . Aww, too bad, Steve. SecureSurf enforces a safe search option.

So, SecureSurf keeps James and Steve away from unproductive or offensive sites, let’s Stephanie do her job without interference – and protects you from data loss and identity theft.

And, incidentally, it let’s you know what Steve and James were doing all day when they were supposed to be working.

SecureSurf. It’s easy, effective and affordable Web protection from AppRiver.

Endorsed by Stephanie (but not by James and Steve.) 
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