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Why You Need Collaborative Cloud Defense

Join us to learn about how:
• A cloud connected community presents the best chance of finding new threats
• Numbers matter! As with any system, the higher volume, the more diversity and the more regions that contribute
• Real-time input and ratings provide the best defense against a dynamic threat environment
• Independent testing proves that a large cloud-based community provides the most accurate, up-to-date protection
By taking part in this webinar, you’ll appreciate how Blue Coat’s WebPulse service can provide the industry’s best protection from web threats
Recorded May 3 2011 39 mins
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Dave Ewart
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Meet the challenge of securing and accelerating Web, video and apps
As the demand for greater application mobility and security grows in the distributed enterprise, new strategies are required to secure and optimize web content, video and mission-critical applications. This educational webinar series focuses on Web Security and Wan Optimization topics related to mitigating evolving web security threats, managing network contention, assuring application performance and containing cost and complexity.

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