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Driving Intelligent Security: RSA 2014 Group

Public Group | Founded: 20 Feb 2014 | Serving 12 members

Welcome to the Symantec RSA 2014 group on Connect where we want to openly communicate about the security topics that are most important to you.

If you're attending the RSA show, be sure to stop by our booth #2803 and speak to product experts that will be on-hand to discuss and demo:

  •  Endpoint: Security Endpoint Protection, Encryption, Endpoint Management, and Mobile Security
  • Data Center: Critical System Protection and Control Compliance Suite, Data Loss Prevention
  • Gateway: Messaging and Web Gateways, User Authentication and SSL
  • Security Services: Managed Security Services and DeepSight

Group Activity

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New blog entry 05 Mar 2014
    Mobility is a reality of today’s business environment. Look around and you’ll see people working on smartphones and tablets at coffee shops, on trains, planes and yes, even at their kids’ soccer games. While mobility is a boon for ...
New blog entry 26 Feb 2014
As every security professional (or sales rep) will tell you, the threat landscape changes quickly. By the time a vulnerability is discovered, it will certainly have been exploited.  Historically, security vendors have helped to prevent attacks by ...
New blog entry 21 Feb 2014
It’s hard to think of a time when IT Security didn’t feel overburdened, but it’s only going to get worse. As mobile devices and the Internet of Things force their way into corporate structures, the number of risks that IT Security must account for is ...
New blog entry 20 Feb 2014
I read with great interest The New York Times’ “Room for Debate” that discussed whether companies should disclose when they get hacked. When brands big and small suffer a data breach and lose customer data, they are required to disclose the breach ...
New blog entry 20 Feb 2014
Cybercriminals have an insatiable thirst for credit card data. There are multiple ways to steal this information on-line, but Point of Sales are the most tempting target. An estimated 60 percent of purchases at retailers’ Point of Sale (POS) are paid ...