Displaying items by tag: NortonLifeLock

Three in five respondents (62%) admit they spend too much time on their screens and nearly two in five (38%) feel they are addicted to them, according to a global study by software company NortonLifeLock that examines consumers’ at-home online behaviours.

Published in Home Tech

49% of gen Z and millennials aged 18-39 have stalked their ex or partners online, according to a study by software company NortonLifeLock. Due to the depiction of stalking in TV shows and pop culture, 22% of Australians believe it is harmless to stalk, and younger generation agrees with this behaviour.

Published in Security

Norton's report not only shows nearly 50% of young Australians stalking ex or current partners, but also "uncovers a rise of devices infected with stalkerware, with a 63% increase seen between September 2020 and May 2021."

Published in Home Tech

NortonLifeLock’s Game Optimisers is said to reduce performance interruptions while still maintaining security. It ensures that computing power is dedicated to the game for better performance.

Published in Business IT

With 37% of Australians experiencing cybercrime in the last 12 months, according to Norton, which styles itself as NortonLifeLock these days, the costs are higher than ever, with cybercrime victims collectively spending nearing 2.7 billion hours trying to resolve their issues, with Australian losses at $3 billion.

Published in Security

Norton, which these days styles itself as "NortonLifeLock" following its purchase of the LifeLock business in the US, has released its Norton 360 for Gamers globally, featuring "dark web monitoring for gamer tags, a secure VPN, and fewer product notifications to combat game disruption".

Published in Home Tech




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