In the News Archive

The Telegraph May 19, 2015
Security firm Blue Coat Systems, which commissioned the research, said the research shows British workers still take cyber security risks even though they are aware of the consequences.
SC Magazine May 19, 2015
“We do live in a time when anyone can be deceived,” Thompson said. “Anyone can be phished, even the most paranoid.”
Dark Reading May 11, 2015
Janet Matsuda, senior vice president of marketing at Blue Coat, says in order to make the security industry more diverse, the key is to stop hiring to a narrow band of skills. "A lot of times we [the industry] hire to a skillset … a narrow band that...
SC Magazine May 8, 2015
Researchers at Blue Coat analyzed a new threat, called “...
TechTarget April 29, 2015

As SSL traffic increases, so inevitably will the number of attacks using it to hide. A session at RSA Conference 2015 explained why hackers love SSL, and how enterprises can defend against them.


NetworkWorld April 27, 2015

Visibility, data center security, two-factor authentication, and services were the stars of RSA 2015.

The Wall Street Journal April 9, 2015
“The fact that these attacks are now hitting the real world shows the growing threat,” said Dominique Loiselet, head of the French arm of Blue Coat Systems Inc., a network-security firm.
CBR April 9, 2015
The security vendor Blue Coat has launched Mail Threat Defense in the first major release ...
SC Magazine April 6, 2015
Increasingly, malware distribution is “controlled by the nation-state and the highest bidder,” according to Hugh Thompson, chief technology officer and SVP of Blue Coat Systems, a Sunnyvale, Calif.-based provider of security and networking solutions. 
SC Magazine March 27, 2015
Malware infections are increasing in volume and severity. In the past twelve months alone some of the most destructive and largest breaches of our time have occurred, earning 2014 the epithet of “year of the breach.”