Blue Coat Systems (Symantec)

Company Overview

Blue Coat Systems was a company that provided hardware, software, and services designed for cybersecurity and network management. In 2016, it was acquired and folded into Symantec. This cybersecurity company was known as CacheFlow until 2002. This tech company had “a broad security portfolio including hardware, software, and services.” Blue Coat Systems was best known for web gateway appliances that scan internet traffic for security threats, authenticate users and manage encrypted traffic, as well as products to monitor and filter employee internet activity. It also produced consumer products, such as parental control software. The company’s products were initially sold to internet service providers, but later products were intended for large companies.

COMPANY OVERVIEW

Company Mission ("Tagline"): Symantec Enterprise Security Products are now part of Broadcom. The consumer division is now NortonLifeLock Inc.

Industry Classification: Computer, Cybersecurity & Network Security

Cybersecurity Specializations: Business Assurance Technology, BYOD, Application Acceleration, Secure Web Gateway, Anti-Malware, Packet Shaping, TCP, Proxy, Proxies, URL Filtering, WAN Optimization, Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB), and Cloud Data Protection

Address/Location: Sunnyvale, CA, United States
This oganization might be multinational; we list their HQ.

Company Size: 1,001-5,000 employees

Year of Incorporation: 1996

Main Website: Blue Coat Systems (Symantec)

(Our Estimate) Funding (2021): US$ 8.7M
This is our estimate, might need updating.

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