|Founded in April 1982||FY 2017 Revenue $4.019 billion (Ended March 31, 2017)|
|IPO on June 23, 1989 (NASDAQ: SYMC)||Enterprise Security Revenue $2.355 billion|
|400 on Fortune 500 list||Consumer Digital Safety $1.664 billion|
|Approximately 13,000 global employees||Revenue by Geography: United States: 52%, International 48%|
|More than 2,000 global patents||Global headquarters in Mountain View, CA|
Symantec Corporation (NASDAQ: SYMC), the world’s leading cyber security company, allows organizations, governments, and people to secure their most important data wherever it lives. Enterprises across the world rely on Symantec for integrated cyber defense against sophisticated attacks across endpoints, infrastructure, and cloud.
More than 50 million people and families rely on Symantec’s Norton and LifeLock Digital Safety Platform to help protect their personal information, devices, home networks, and identities at home and across their devices.
Symantec protects the Cloud Generation through our Integrated Cyber Defense Platform, the industry’s most complete portfolio for securing cloud and on-premises environments. We support 15,000 enterprises in taking full advantage of cloud computing without compromising the security of the people, data, applications, and infrastructure that drive their business. Our advanced technology portfolio is powered by the world’s largest civilian threat intelligence network, enabling us to see and protect against the most advanced threats.
The solutions and subscriptions from our consumer brands, Norton and LifeLock, comprise the Digital Safety platform, which protects information, devices, networks, and identities. Our Norton-branded solutions provide multi-layer security for desktops, mobile operating systems, and home networks, defending against increasingly complex online threats to individuals, families, and small businesses. With the acquisition of LifeLock, we strive to protect all aspects of peoples’ digital identities.
As more than one-third of Americans and 650 million people globally were cyber crime victims in 2016, we trust in the Digital Safety platform to secure consumers’ digital lives—now and well into the future.
Symantec is committed to conducting our business with respect and attention to ethical operation, a diverse and inclusive workforce, the environment, and positive societal impact. We share our progress in delivering on this commitment in our corporate responsibility report. The report describes how we are taking action to address our priority issues and also serves as our annual Communication on Progress (COP) as a signatory to the United Nations Global Compact.
Symantec has been named number 18 on Corporate Responsibility (CR) Magazine’s 100 Best Corporate Citizens List, and an Ethisphere 2017 World’s Most Ethical Companies Honoree.
Visit our Corporate Responsibility Website to learn more about our corporate responsibility commitments to our people, your information, and the world.