Symantec Rebrands: Symantec Seal to Norton Secured Seal
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What is Symantec Seal-in-Search?
In April 2012, Steps on rebrand that All Symantec seal will automatically revise to the Norton Secured Seal, merging the power of the Symantec Checkmark with the same value of the Norton name. The grouping of these most trusted companies will deliver the online message to your customers that your website is safe & secure - from search to browse to sale or buy and sign-in.
An online business platform always requires security and trust. Lacking a sign of online trust and suitable web site security that will automatically prove to consumers will be less likely to stay on your site and transact with you. The Symantec secured seal is the most trusted and established trust seal on global internet world and when it is automatically revised in April 2012; the Norton™ Secured Seal will be displayed up to 650 million times per day on more than 100,000 websites in 165 countries and in search results on enabled the latest web browsers, mobile devices and as well as partner shopping sites, institutional websites, organizational websites and product review web pages. As part of Symantec's acquisition of Symantec Authentication Services that entire evolution comes as Norton™ Secured Seal and will necessitate all trust services Partner Program members to update their sites.
The Most Trusted and Established Trust Seal on the Internet world The Symantec Trust Seal, part of the most established and trusted seal on global scale, will be grouping with the leading and innovative name in personal technology, Norton. Consumer tests by Symantec display that the new trust mark will deliver the high level of reorganization and trust which has same value of Symantec Seal Poster. In tests*, consumers selected the Norton Secured Seal more often than our competitors' trust seals for the following attributes:
- 77% of consumers recognize the Norton Secured Seal.
- 65% of consumers agree that a website displaying the Norton Secured Seal is safe to browse and won't give me a virus.
- 55% of consumers agree that a website displaying the Norton Secured Seal means that the website protects your online privacy.