Based in Tempe, AZ, NortonLifeLock Inc. was founded in 1982. The company was formerly known as Symantec Corporation. However, following the sale of its enterprise business to Broadcom Inc. in November 2019, the company changes its name to NortonLifeLock.
NortonLifeLock is one of the leading providers of cyber security solutions. The company is known for some of the popular brands in security and utilities, including Norton Anti-Virus, Norton Internet Security and Norton System Works. NortonLifeLock also offers a wide range of application and software products for firewall, virtual private network (VPN), virus protection, vulnerability management, intrusion detection and security services.
Following the divestment of Enterprise Security business, NortonLifeLock was left with the Consumer Cyber Safety segment, which combines and leverages the portfolio of Norton and LifeLock offerings to deliver a set of Cyber Safety solutions that cater to the constantly evolving threat landscape.
The company’s software and services protect, manage and control information risks related to security, data protection, storage, compliance and management. Moreover, the company provides multi-layer security for customers to protect their systems at home and workplace.
The company’s subscription-based Norton security solutions provide protection for PCs and mobile devices against viruses, malware, ransomware, adware, and other online threats on various platforms. The company provides identity theft protection through its LifeLock solution that offers monitoring, alerts, and restoration services to its customers.
NortonLifeLock conducts its business across three geographic regions namely: Americas — which includes the United States, Canada and Latin America; Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA); and Asia-Pacific Japan (APJ).
NortonLifeLock’s fiscal 2020 revenues grew 1.4% year-over-year to $2.49 billion.