We are currently trialling Webroot SecureAnywhere.
The majority of our servers are blocked for internet access. They have traditional pattern based AV and retrieve their updates from a local management server.
If I am to consider adopting SecureAnywhere across our network, I would also have to consider opening up internet access on our servers.
Due to the nature of the service, I understand that it's not possible to identify a range of public IP addresses associated with it.
If I restrict the access on the servers to just port 443, will this allow the SecureAnywhere client to communicate fully with the Webroot Cloud servers or would I need to open up port 80 also?