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Symantec Analyst Relations Events

EMEA Enterprise Security Strategy Analyst Day, 16th June, Reading UK

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APJ Analyst Breakfast, 14th April 2015, Singapore

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UK Information Protection Analyst Day, 23rd March 2015, Reading UK

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Unified Security Analyst Day, 10th December 2014, Reading UK

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Vision Symposium London, 21st – 22nd October, London UK

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Vision Symposium Munich, 8th – 9th July, Munich Germany

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Symantec Edition - Monthly Webcast for Industry Analysts

We invite you to hear from Symantec experts on a variety of topics for industry analysts. In these one hour sessions, we will articulate Symantec’s strategy around hot topics and trends such as cloud computing, BYOD, information explosion, to name a few as well as host a Q&A session.

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New blog entry 17 Aug 2015
In my last blog I talked about some of the impacts cyber security can have on an organisation, the emerging trends we are seeing at a board level and the lack of visibility today’s CISO’s are suffering from.   The CISO’s lack of visibility as ...
New event 11 Aug 2015
Please join us for a live webinar for industry analysts hosted by Jeff Scheel, Senior Vice President, Corporate Strategy and Amit Jasuja, Senior Vice President, Product Development. We will discuss the strategy and direction for Symantec enterprise ...
New blog entry 11 Aug 2015
Many of the CISOs I talk to have one top-of-mind issue: How do they deal with the flood of security challenges they’re now facing?  Especially as attackers move ever faster, digital extortion accelerates and malware gets smarter. Add to that the ...
New blog entry 28 Jul 2015
Cyber Security has become a headline-grabbing item, with constant attacks very much the order of the day. The risk any business now faces is that soon it may be the one making the news, not just reading about someone else’s misfortunes. One of the ...
New blog entry 23 Jul 2015
For CISOs operating in today’s cyber environment, the world they face is a difficult and challenged one. Against the imperative to defend their enterprises from increasingly sophisticated and relentless advanced cyber attacks, they must also face the ...
New blog entry 19 Jul 2015
Symantec is embracing an open innovation model to deliver advanced cyber security solutions; we are partnering with Frost Data Capital (FDC) to incubate new startup companies to solve hard problems in Internet of Things (IoT) security and cyber ...
New event 16 Jul 2015
Symantec will be at Black Hat USA 2015 taking place on 1-6 August 2015 in Las Vegas, NV. Join our security researchers and experts as they share their analysis of the latest cyber threats, trends and attackers. Visit Symantec’s booth and learn how ...
New blog entry 13 Jul 2015
What’s the most common user complaint related to security systems implementation? The one that I hear again and again is: "It has slowed down my computer/experience/login." No doubt businesses do start out by planning an appropriate approach to such ...
New blog entry 09 Jul 2015
As Cyber threats and the awareness of the risks these bring hit ever new heights, organisations are looking to move beyond the confines of protection alone to the much wider cycle of cyber security – namely: Prepare, Protect, Detect, Respond and ...
New blog entry 06 Jul 2015
A recent visit to an annual regional security conference left me both somewhat dazed – lots of flashing fire, smoke, red lights and sirens (though no fire engines) – and confused. Because, in amongst the plethora of alerting and analysis technologies, ...