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Last week,  we shared details  of how the HeartBleed OpenSSL vulneratbility affected our Email & Web Security products. The newest feature in our Web Security.cloud product, the ability to analyze and control data over HTTPS communications, was ...
Blog Entry by Ian McShane | 15 Apr 2014 | 0 comments
By now you should be well aware of the vulnerability CVE-2014-0160, nicknamed  HeartBleed , that exists in a number of versions of OpenSSL - an extremely popular open source cryptographic library. Yesterday,  we provided some guidance  on steps ...
Blog Entry by Ian McShane | 10 Apr 2014 | 2 comments
  Hi!   My last post back in October 2011 introduced the beta program for a new application for our messaging security customers. I'm delighted to announce that we achieved our Generally Available (GA) milestone yesterday on March ...
Blog Entry by Ian McShane | 20 Mar 2012 | 25 comments
I'm excited to announce that the beta program has started for our next release of Symantec Protection for Sharepoint Servers. You can sign up to this beta at this link :  ...
Blog Entry by Ian McShane | 02 Aug 2011 | 1 comment
I can't quite believe it's September already, this year is flying by at a crazy pace. This means that the Symantec Vision conference in EMEA has come around quickly too. This year, we are at the CCIB in Barcelona, Spain, during the first ...
Blog Entry by Ian McShane | 01 Sep 2010 | 4 comments
I've mentioned before that I'm a really keen advocate of bringing our customer base closer to our product development process. 2 years ago, I started running Customer Advisory Boards for our customers in EMEA.  These annual or bi-annual ...
Blog Entry by Ian McShane | 26 Feb 2010 | 1 comment
 As well as meeting up with as many customers as possible, the Gateway Security PM Team (which comprises Brightmail gateway and the new-ish Symantec Web Gateway) like to hold Customer Advisory Boards. We hold these every six months or so and they give ...
Blog Entry by Ian McShane | 14 Oct 2009 | 1 comment