NortonLifeLock changes its name to Gen, powering the next generation of digital life

NortonLifeLock has unveiled its new company name, Gen Digital, following the completed merger of NortonLifeLock and Avast. Gen brings together trusted names in cybersecurity – Norton, Avast, LifeLock, Avira, AVG, CCleaner and ReputationDefender – with one goal: to empower digital freedom for people everywhere.

The newly formed company is designed to further accelerate business innovation and pave the way for the future of digital empowerment.

“Today, five billion people in the world are online; digital life is life,” said Vincent Pilette, CEO of Gen. “We are all part of a new generation, whatever our age. It’s not Generation X, Y or Z, it’s the digital generation. Gen’s family of trusted brands has a heritage of protecting the first digital generations and is united by a common goal of powering digital freedom for the next generation of our digital lives.

“Our daily life is almost entirely connected; we bank, shop, learn, work and connect online. said Ondrej Vlcek, president of Gen. At Gen, we are committed to bringing together our passion, expertise, and global presence to tackle these challenges in innovative ways and ultimately advance digital freedom for all.

Gen brings award-winning cybersecurity, privacy and identity protection technology solutions to more than half a billion users so they can live their digital lives safely, privately and securely. trust. The company has two headquarters in Tempe, Arizona and Prague, Czech Republic, and has teams around the world in more than 150 countries.

Beginning November 8, 2022, Gen Digital Inc. will trade on the NASDAQ stock exchange under the symbol “GEN”. This will replace the company’s current ticker symbol, NLOK, and no action is required from shareholders with respect to the ticker symbol change.

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