Symantec Statement Regarding New York Times Cyber Attack

Symantec Statement Regarding New York Times Cyber Attack 
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/31/13 --   As a follow-up to
a story run by the New York Times on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2013
announcing they had been the target of a cyber attack, Symantec
(NASDAQ: SYMC) developed the following statement: 
"Advanced attacks like the ones the New York Times described in the
following article, (, underscore how important
it is for companies, countries and consumers to make sure they are
using the full capability of security solutions. The advanced
capabilities in our endpoint offerings, including our unique
reputation-based technology and behavior-based blocking, specifically
target sophisticated attacks. Turning on only the signature-based
anti-virus components of endpoint solutions alone are not enough in a
world that is changing daily from attacks and threats. We encourage
customers to be very aggressive in deploying solutions that offer a
combined approach to security. Anti-virus software alone is not
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