At the recent Fall ONE in Las Vegas, Symantec—a leading information protection corporation—showcased its latest security solution: Symantec Endpoint Protection 14 (SEP 14). With attackers employing more sophisticated attacks, your customers need solutions that evolve to keep their information secure. SEP 14 protects your customers’ endpoints across operating systems and platforms, all from a single management console. Symantec Endpoint Protection Cloud (SEP Cloud) is a cloud-based security as a service that keeps your clients protected with an affordable pay-as-you-go model and no additional infrastructure investments.

Protecting your customers from today’s threats—and tomorrow’s

Learn more about Symantec endpoint protection and how one of the leaders in information protection technology is showcasing its latest solutions.
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For large retail companies and big box retailers, the cybersecurity lessons of the past several years came at great cost: severe brand damage, millions of dollars in lost revenue and, in some cases, the jobs of several highly placed executives. But their losses are your retail customers’ gains. Now that retail cybersecurity is top of mind, make sure your customers in this space are taking the right steps to prevent costly security breaches.

How to Protect Your Retail Customers from Security Breaches

With retail cybersecurity top of mind, make sure your customers in this space are taking the right steps to prevent costly security breaches.
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Endpoint security is a topic that's bound to come up sooner or later when you and your customers discuss their overall security architecture goals and challenges. While endpoint security solutions may not offer much glamor or excitement, they are critical to a protected enterprise, and common misconceptions about them could limit your customers' ability to secure their systems and data. During your next security conversation, keep an eye out for these three big misconceptions.

3 Big Misconceptions That Companies Have About Endpoint Security Solutions

During your next security conversation, keep an eye out for these three big misconceptions about endpoint security solutions.
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Connectivity is the key in today's enterprise IT environments. Endpoints must be able to connect to the corporate network and corporate clouds at any time and, in many cases, from any location—and corporate-owned laptops and desktops aren't the only endpoints in play anymore, especially in “bring your own device” (BYOD) environments. But with increased connectivity comes increased risk. These days, a compromised machine means more than just trouble for the end user to whom it belongs. One infected or infiltrated endpoint can bring an entire network down or result in a catastrophic data breach that impacts the entire organization. Here are three tips to help you build the perfect endpoint security solution for your customers.

How to Build The Perfect Endpoint Security Solution

Here are three tips to help you build the perfect endpoint security solution for your customers.
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At the heart of enterprise mobile security concerns are email security—and there are more threats to enterprise email security on mobile devices than just careless forwards or malicious insiders. From data-stealing malware apps to sophisticated social engineering, sensitive corporate emails are at risk of theft or exposure every day. When it comes to email security issues, the key question for many IT decision-makers is, which platform is more secure: Android or iOS?

Are Android or iPhones More Secure When it Comes To Email Security Issues?

When it comes to email security issues, which platform is more secure: Android or iOS?
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As you look for ways to develop and maintain your competitive advantage over other technology resellers targeting the verticals you service, consider investing in a cloud security certification. Thanks to tightening data privacy regulations and a two-year string of high-profile corporate data breaches, security is top of mind for many an enterprise IT buyers. Email security is especially critical, thanks to the high volume of unstructured, sensitive data it contains. It continues to be the number one incursion point for malware. Here are three ways a cloud security certification shows your customers that you're the security advisor who'll keep their email secure.

How A Cloud Security Certification Can Help Keep Your Customers Email Secure

Here are three ways a cloud security certification shows your customers that you're the security advisor who'll keep their email secure.
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Worried that the enterprise's move to the cloud and Everything-as-a-Service will put a dent in your bottom line? Time to stop worrying and start profiting. Cloud adoption may be on the rise, but cloud adopters still need their trusted technology advisors to guide them through the process of deploying and securing their new distributed data environments--and cloud security is especially vital. Keep these three security best practices in mind to make the cloud work for your business.

3 Cloud Security Best Practices Tips That Can Put More Money in Your Pocket

Keep these three cloud security best practices in mind to make the cloud work for your business.
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When it comes to stealing valuable data, such as employee access credentials or customer financial information, cybercriminals' creativity seems to know no bounds, and email privacy systems are often forced into a reactive position. Here are two ways cyberattackers are getting past email privacy defenses in order to make off with your data—and how you can defend against them.

2 Ways Cyberattackers Are Leapfrogging Email Privacy Defenses

Here are two ways cyberattackers are getting past email privacy defenses in order to steal your data, and how you can defend against them.
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Data breaches rank among executives' and IT decision-makers' very worst nightmares. They’re not just costly, they’re  also capable of wrecking a brand's reputation, investor relations and customer trust. But despite the known—and feared—consequences of data breaches, many organizations still aren't doing enough to prevent them.

Are Your Customer's Email Privacy Systems Secure?

Are you doing enough to keep your customers' email privacy systems secure?
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