I have several sites that are basically doctor offices that are using Internet Radio for the patient rooms to mask doctor patient conversations. I am also allowing UTube feeds. ALl of this is currently coming across the WAN from the cnetralized Internet connection that is protected by traditional firewalls and a DMZ.
I would like to install Internet at all of the remote sites and pull Internet Radio and UTube locally. I would either install boradband or an internet connection from a more traditional telco. I am installing new 2621 Cisco Routers with the enhahanced IOS that includes the firewall feature set.
I would like opinions on whether I could effectively protect these sites from unwanted viruses (no pun intended) and/or those who would like to try and steal medical information using the Cisco IOS mentioned above.
If not, any suggestions? I really do not want to have to spend $$$$$ on a big WAN pipe to support Internet Radio and UTube.