Announcing the winner of the Norton 360 Multi-Device Giveaway which I held back on 17th January 2013.
This year’s Norton Cybercrime Report 2012 revealed a trend towards new forms of cybercrime, such as those on social networks or mobile devices. Here’s a cool infographic that highlights this increasing trend:
With cybercriminals increasingly taking advantage of the popularity of these platforms, it might be a good idea for you to take some steps towards protecting your valuable data and personal information on your mobile devices.
Last week Norton refreshes it’s product line-up to be compatible with Windows 8. Another major difference (something that I like) is they completely dropped the version number/year at the end of the product name.
Just for reference, here are the previous versions:
Here are some highlights of Norton 360 Version 5.0:
Was invited to the Cybercrime Uncovered event by Symantec at Pan Pacific Hotel. I managed to reach there on time as it is near my work place, surprise to see Wilfrid there as well, been quite some time since I saw it and he has change his phone to Nokia N97!
Sorry man, I have forgotten to bring my camera and my iPhone 3GS is not up for the job due to the lack of optical zoom. I shall wait for Wilfrid for his photos.