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The Future of Innovation

Symantec Today & Tomorrow

Symantec hit peak innovation today! And will again tomorrow. To understand this you need to understand our story. 

Symantec has been a trusted cybersecurity brand for decades through the purchase, development and integration of leading technologies. But after Symantec’s purchase by Broadcom things changed radically… for the best. Under new guidance Symantec changed priorities away from marketing and promotion, and increased resource allocation for Research & Development. 

Today – As soon as the deal closed Broadcom invested millions in moving our cloud infrastructure to the Google Cloud network. Now our customers enjoy the benefits of hyperscale deployments while their end users get lightning-fast connectivity to the resources they need as seen in recent third-party research. We’re also investing in the fulfillment of a vision of bringing our products together with a:

  • Single security agent
  • Unified console experience
  • Simplified product portfolio

And Also Delivered – Beyond the industry best Data & Threat Protection we’re continuing to lead in addressing enterprise security needs for compliance, and remote work. And we’ve pushed the innovation envelope with new technologies like Adaptive Security, Dedicated IP addresses, Threat Intelligence API, agent-based ZTNA, and High Risk Isolation.

Tomorrow – Symantec will continue to innovate, but also advocate for our customers by working with and contributing to the IETF, OCSF, EU GDPR Working Groups, and other organizations that are shaping the future of security.

Frankly, what we’re doing is far too much to capture in a blog. That’s why we’ve put together a White Paper to begin to tell the story of what we’ve been up to. You’ll see why we’re proud of our history of security innovation and look forward to what’s to come in 2023.

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About the Author

Tim Murphy

Head of Product Marketing, Symantec Enterprise Division

Tim leads Product Marketing for Symantec Enterprise Division. He specializes in cloud-delivered Secure Web Gateway, Intelligence Services, Privacy & Compliance, Encrypted Traffic Management and Network Performance Testing.

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