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Spread of Internet encryption creating 'visibility void' claims Blue Coat

John E. Dunn | Nov. 10, 2014
Large numbers of websites and Internet services are disappearing behind encrypted connections, part of a growing "visibility void" in which organisations struggle to tell friendly traffic from foe, security firm Blue Coat has argued.

Taken private in 2012 in a $1.3 billion (£830 million) buy-out, Blue Coat has continued to reinvent itself since then by buying Solera Networks a year later and sandboxing firm then Norman Shark some months later.


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