Advanced attacks are still penetrating your network. Deepen your defenses with a lifecycle approach. Blue Coat’s Advanced Threat Defense solutions empower your business to uncover what’s hiding in your network traffic, analyze and respond to incidents, and monitor network traffic continuously.
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As mobile workers leave the corporate network, they become more susceptible to threats because corporate policies and protection do not follow them. Blue Coat web security solutions extend the security perimeter of the corporate network.
Data encryption maintains the confidentiality and integrity of network traffic, and we all know the best offense is a good defense. If hackers know data is encrypted, they may just move onto the next target.
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Wouldn't it be convenient if all the spam and malware sites were all grouped together under one top-level domain -- .evil, say -- so that they would be easy to avoid? According to a new study from Blue Coat,...
An explosion in the number of new Internet addresses has created a wealth of opportunities for criminals exploiting shady domains such as .zip, .kim or .party, according to an industry study published on Tuesday.
While some may be worried that spouses will discover instances of infidelity, another concern is that the data will be used by scammers. Such a large list of email addresses will probably be seized upon by those launching phishing attacks, according to...