Posts Tagged ‘Symantec’

Symantec Corp. announced that information costs businesses worldwide US$1.1 trillion annually, according to its first ever 2012 State of Information Survey. From confidential customer information, to intellectual property, to financial transactions, organisations possess massive amounts of information that not only enable them to be competitive and efficient – but also stay in business. In fact, the Philippine findings of the survey revealed that digital information makes up 73 percent of an organisation’s total value.

“The rapid growth of digital information in the Philippines is inevitable with several national initiatives, including the five year Philippine Digital Strategy,” said Luichi Robles, senior country manager of Symantec Philippines. “In the digital economy, organizations could use the information they produce everyday to serve customers better and increase productivity but the same information could also be a major liability if not properly protected and managed.”
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More businesses in the Philippines already use or plan to use custom mobile applications according to this year’s State of Mobility Survey conducted by Symantec Corp. The survey highlighted an uptake in mobile applications with 72 percent of enterprises at least discussing deploying custom mobile applications and 20 percent currently implementing or have already implemented custom mobile applications.

This adoption of mobile applications demonstrates remarkable confidence by organizations in the ability for mobility to deliver value.
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Symantec Asia Pacific’s Regional Consumer Product Marketing Manager, Mr. David Hall; Internet Safety Advocate & Director, Mr. Effendy Ibrahim; and Technology Law Expert, Atty. JJ Disini

Norton Everywhere, an initiative to protect consumers, anytime, anywhere, no matter what device they are using to access the Internet. In order to cultivate this mission, Norton by Symantec announced the availability of the Norton Internet Security and Norton AntiVirus 2012; and unveils their plans to deliver Norton One, the security industry’s first customized, membership-based offering.

Norton AntiVirus and Norton Internet Security 2012 are designed to improve on their already industry-leading benchmarks for protection and performance, while enhancing the overall user experience.
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Commercial Partner of the Year

Symantec Corp., announced the winners of the Symantec Philippines Partner Awards 2011. The event aims to recognize the significant contribution of Symantec’s partners in promoting the brand in the country. The awards given are based not just on the revenue, but for the effort and commitment these companies have exerted.

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Symantec Corp. announced the availability of Symantec Endpoint Protection 12 as well as results from independent tests demonstrating that the product outperforms the competition in both virtual and physical environments, providing unrivaled protection and blazingly fast performance.

According to Symantec’s Internet Security Threat Report, attackers have unleashed more than 286 million distinct malicious programs in 2010, creating a challenge for traditional signature-based security solutions that can’t keep up with this volume of attacks. Symantec Endpoint Protection 12 and Symantec Endpoint Protection Small Business Edition are now available to combat the sheer volume of sophisticated attacks targeting organizations of all sizes today.
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Mr. Raymond Goh, Symantec’s Regional Technical Director for Systems Engineering and Customer Advisory Services

Symantec Corp. announced the findings of its Internet Security Report, Volume 16, which shows a massive volume of more than 286 million new threats last year, accompanied by several new megatrends in the threat
landscape.

The report highlights dramatic increases in both the frequency and sophistication of targeted attacks on enterprises; the continued growth of social networking sites as an attack distribution platform; and a change in attackers’ infection tactics, increasingly targeting vulnerabilities in Java to break into traditional computer systems. In addition, the report explores how attackers are exhibiting a notable shift in focus toward mobile devices.
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