Symantec Intros Norton 360

Symantec announced the availability of the newest product to join its award winning line of Norton products - Norton 360

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

February 26, 2007

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CUPERTINO, Calif. -- Symantec Corp. (Nasdaq: SYMC) today announced the availability of the newest product to join its award winning line of Norton products - Norton 360. The comprehensive solution combines Symantec's proven, industry-leading technologies for antivirus, antispyware, firewall, intrusion protection, antiphishing, backup and tuneup, eliminating the need to purchase and manage multiple products. The all-in-one security service protects computers and the information stored in them from Internet threats and risks, as well as data loss, allowing computer users to freely engage in their everyday online activities without worry. Norton 360 helps restore computer users' trust in the online world with transaction security features that protect against online fraud. Norton 360 also diagnoses and fixes common computer problems, optimizing PC performance and speed.

Automation, breadth of functionality, user experience and performance are the key design principles for Norton 360. Designed to work as automatically as possible, Norton 360 provides comprehensive protection while performing its duties in the background without interrupting users' computing experience. The product is designed to offer a user experience that is reassuring, helpful and unobtrusive as the underlying technologies are seamlessly integrated for maximum performance and efficiency.

"People today use their computers for much more than work or storing documents. If you ask most computer users what they rely on their PC for, they'll tell you they use it to surf the web, bank online, shop, keep in touch with friends and family, listen to music and store their favorite photos," said Enrique Salem, group president, Consumer Business Unit, Symantec Corp. "Norton 360 was created with these activities in mind. It not only protects against traditional online threats, but it also helps secure users' identity when transacting online and safeguards valuable files like music and photos."

Symantec Corp. (Nasdaq: SYMC)

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