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SymPRESSions Blog

Public Group | Founded: 27 Feb 2009 | Serving 24 members

SymPRESSions is an official Symantec blog written by Symantec’s communications group. This forum gives us a chance to let you know what is going on beyond the press releases and product launches. Feel free to leave a comment. Want to learn more about what you read here? Please contact us directly.

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New blog entry 06 Nov 2013
   It was a pleasure for Symantec to join John Chambers on stage in New York today for Cisco’s Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI)  and Nexus 9000 series launch. ACI represents a big step forward for our industry, enabling IT to ...
New blog entry 12 Sep 2013
If you have any SSL certificates with less than 2048-bit keys, now is the time to upgrade. Why? Because the Certification Authority/Browser (CA/B) Forum and the National Institute of Standards and Technology have determined that any key length below ...
New blog entry 11 Sep 2013
Businesses today are dealing with incredible advances in mobile device technology, massive adoption of smart devices and an unstoppable BYOD trend. In response, most enterprises have multiple mobility initiatives spread across their organization ...
New blog entry 12 Aug 2013
By Brian Dunphy, senior director, product management, Symantec Managed Security Services In the current business climate, organizations that need to process, store or transmit credit card data are most likely familiar with the Payment Card Industry ...
New blog entry 24 Jul 2013
Symantec already has some of the strongest talent in the industry and that roster is growing – including several new senior executive roles that I’m very excited to announce today. These new team members will bring a fresh perspective and ...
New blog entry 26 Jun 2013
Employees are the backbone of your organization, but they’re also the biggest risk to the very data that makes your business thrive. Whether an insider is malicious in their attempt to take your confidential data for personal gain, or they just ...