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CRN February 9, 2015
Blue Coat Systems hired two former Intel Security channel executives to bolster its sales strategy. The Sunnyvale Calif.-based company named Kurt Mills its vice president for Americas, Sales and Field Operations, and Steve Tchejeyan, senior vice president for Americas, Sales and Field Operations.
Fortune January 21, 2015
Blue Coat, the Sunnyvale, Calif.-based network security firm that began investigating the attacks in late August, decided to release its findings in a detailed report in December rather than continue what it deemed a fruitless hunt to expose those responsible. “The damage is coming faster...
CSO January 20, 2015
New malware piggy-backing on the viral "Je suis Charlie" slogan demonstrates the continuing evolution of malware writers, able to respond to trends quickly and with a robust distribution infrastructure.
CRN January 20, 2015
CRN has selected Blue Coat Systems as the company to watch based on its ongoing product strategy and executive management in charge of building out and tying together the various security components that it acquired in recent years. 
AT&T Security Resource Center January 16, 2015
AT&T Data Security Analysts Brian Rexroad and Matt Keyser, along with James Whitchurch and Chris Larsen of Blue Coat, discuss the week's top network security news, and share news on the current trends of malware, spam, and internet anomalies observed on the AT&T Network.
Computer Business Review January 15, 2015
Tasteless hackers capitalise on media interest in Paris tragedy.   Hackers are distributing malware by exploiting the #JeSuisCharlie hashtag, capitalising on the outrage surrounding the attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, according to security vendor Blue Coat.
Forbes January 15, 2015
In the wake of the tragic shootings at the Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris last week, #JeSuisCharlie soon became a trending message of solidarity. But journalists aren’t the only ones following these viral news events with interest. Malware organizations are quick to latch onto tragedy to  to...
International Business Times January 15, 2015
Cyber-criminals are typically quick out of the blocks to take advantage of interest in major news stories and the Charlie Hebdo massacre is no different. Security researchers at Blue Coat have uncovered a piece of malware which is being distributed using the #JeSuisCharlie slogan to trick...
Bloomberg TV January 13, 2015
Tripwire Security Analyst Ken Westin and Blue Coat Systems Hugh Thompson discuss cybersecurity and the White House's vision for information sharing.
IT Security Guru January 9, 2015
Following on from our overall look at the common predictions sent to me for 2015 and a lively webcast on the subject from this week, I have decided that the second prediction trend I will look at more thoroughly is a continuing major topic from 2014.