Symantec sees identity as key to 'Security 2.0'
With a new generation of consumer security products expected to ship by year's end, Symantec Corp. wants to build a line of security services that better leverage its 50 million worldwide users, a company executive said Wednesday.
"We're making significant investments in something we call Security 2.0, which is ultimately the next generation of consumer security," said Enrique Salem, group president of Symantec's Consumer Products group, speaking at an analyst event in San Mateo, California. Symantec sees identity as key to 'Security 2.0'
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