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Austin/San Antonio Security User Group

Public Group | Founded: 14 Jan 2013 | Serving 34 members

Welcome to the Austin/San Antonio Security User Group website!

If you live in the Austin/San Antonio area and use any Symantec Security products, we invite you to join our User Group! To become an official member, log into Symantec Connect and then click "Request Membership".

Why join our User Group and attend our meetings?

  • Learn and share best practices
  • Network with your peers
  • Find answers to challenges
  • Receive latest information on Symantec products
  • Earn Connect Points and redeem for prizes!
  • Enjoy free food!

Subscribers to this online group get e-mail notifications of upcoming events, group meetings, and more.

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New event 04 Dec 2018
We are excited to announce our next Dallas Security User Group meeting on January 17, 2019!  The agenda include will include lunch and an opportunity to have interactive conversations with your peers and local Symantec representatives around ...
New event 12 Jul 2018
The release of Symantec Control Compliance Suite version 12.0 is here! Please join us for a special webcast on Wednesday, November 2 to find out what’s new in this release and how it will better help you to:   ​ Measure and prove compliance ...
New event 19 Oct 2016
Please join us for the next Houston Security User Group meeting on Wednesday, October 26 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Memorial Hermann, 950 Frostwood, in Houston. Our meeting will happen at the same time and place as the *Houston Endpoint Management ...
New event 17 Sep 2015
Trust Comes First:  Keeping your data and systems safe with identity and authentication solutions The network perimeter is vanishing, we don’t own our devices, and our users have so many of them!  What can we do to keep our data and ...
New event 17 Sep 2015
Proactive Software Management:  License Control and App Delivery via Symantec Workspace Streaming “Another licensing true-up?”  Does it feel like you’re always reacting to requests for software and worrying about deploying more than you ...