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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.”
eWeek March 24, 2015
Multiple sources of security intelligence, including technology assets acquired from Norman Shark and Solera Networks, are now integrated into Blue Coat's portfolio.
CBR March 24, 2015
Blue Coat has integrated its security portfolio under the cloud-based Global Intelligence Network (GIN), bringing together disparate technologies bought in a spate of acquisitions.
NBC News March 23, 2015
Social media has widened the gap between the perception of a threat and how real that threat is, said Hugh Thompson, chief technical officer of the cybersecurity firm Blue Coat. "When that gap exists, it wreaks all kinds of havoc on the psyche," he said. March 17, 2015
A global research study carried out by Vanson Bourne and Blue Coat Systems has found hacking may have produced one good side effect in bulking up cyber security and IT services.
InformationWeek DarkReading March 13, 2015
The tools and tactics being used to go after victims reveal growing sophistication, and gamers need to look out, security researchers say.
Help Net Security March 12, 2015
“It’s no surprise that security analytics is the most commonly cited network security technology planned for acquisition in this year’s report,” said Hugh Thompson, CTO of Blue Coat Systems. 
Reuters March 10, 2015
 Bain Capital LLC will acquire Blue Coat Systems Inc from fellow private equity firm Thoma Bravo LLC in a deal that the network security company said on Tuesday would value it at about $2.4 billion, including debt.
Bloomberg TV March 10, 2015
Blue Coat President and COO Mike Fey discusses the cyber security market and the  Bain acquisition with host Pimm Fox on Bloomberg's Taking Stock program
The New York Times March 10, 2015
The private equity firm Bain Capital is poised to acquire Blue Coat Systems for $2.4 billion, in a nod to the fast-growing cybersecurity market.