Symantec team stalks the halls of Gitex

Visitors to Gitex are being amused by the yellow and black-clad group touring the exhibition halls to promote Symantec’s latest network security solution.

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By  Greg Wilson Published  October 14, 2002

Visitors to Gitex are being amused by the yellow and black-clad group touring the exhibition halls to promote Symantec’s latest network security solution. The walking tableau made its debut a few months ago on New York’s Wall Street and is now finding new audiences around the world.

The group is a human version of Symantec’s globally branded security systems graphic. The central black-clad figure represents a corporate client while the four yellow people depict the all-round protection that the company’s new anti-virus software, the Symantec Enterprise Enterprise System Architecture, offers.

“More and more companies are showing interest in this kind of solution. This one is unique because it can cover a whole network, which may contain several different anti-virus softwares running by switching between them,” says Prajit Arakkal, Symantec business unit manager at Aptec.

“Our single console Security Systems Centre (SSC) controls all of a network’s security solutions and makes management of security solutions much easier and faster,” he adds.

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