CacheFlow tries on security coat
The transition, which has been in the works for some time, coincides with the release of the company's first server for the market, the Blue Coat SG800, which protects against Web vulnerabilities. The SG800 inspects all Web traffic and then analyzes it for potential security problems.
Once analyzed, incoming traffic can be stopped, allowed to proceed, or tagged with a cookie to see what it does.
"This new class of Web security appliance from Blue Coat secures enterprise organizations against Web-based threats that, until now, have been able to take advantage of a major chink in the Web armor," Charles Dauber, vice president of marketing for Blue Coat, said in a statement.
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