Blue Coat to acquire Solera and sweeten network-security story as cyberattacks continue

Blue Coat to acquire Solera and sweeten network-security story as cyberattacks continue

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There’s been lots of investor interest recently in backing startups focused on making IT more secure, at least in part because of the barrage of news of cyberattacks against government agencies and companies, including a defense contractor. Now comes more security investment activity. Blue Coat Systems, a vendor of network...
Blue Coat to acquire Solera and sweeten network-security story as cyberattacks continue
                                       

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