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Symantec Corp. says its latest products and partnerships will thwart online outlaws who attempt to raid company databases for sensitive information that can be used for a variety of fraud. Consumers and enterprises alike need to feel confident that their information is safe and their interactions are secure. John Thompson, Chairman and CEOSymantec Corp. On Tuesday, the Cupertino, Calif.-based antivirus giant unveiled Security 2.0, its strategy for protecting customers from what it calls the next generation of threats targeting personal information and interactions. At a company event in New York, Symantec Chairman and CEO John Thompson said the concept brings together an ecosystem of products, services and partnerships to offer that protection. "Confidence is the essential component in today's digital world," he said. "Consumers and enterprises alike need to feel confident that their information is safe and their interactions are secure. Otherwise, the digital lifestyle will not be as exciting or dynamic and we will not realize the full potential that new ... Access >>>
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