As the Internet has developed, so have the ways in which it can be used against you. Viruses, malware, spyware and ransomware are an ever present threat that need to be kept away from your data in order to guarantee your online security.
Fortunately, NEW Norton 360 provides you with the solutions that you will need to keep your information safe from cybercriminals and other digital dangers. It’s compatible with PCs, Mac, and iOS and Android tablets and smartphones, so it’ll help protect what you want to keep safe with a single, comprehensive service.
At the heart of Norton 360 is its real-time threat protection feature. The Norton LifeLock team works 24 hours a day to protect its users from existing malware and to discover potential new menaces, aided by Norton LifeLock AI and machine learning powered security technology.
Within Norton 360’s all-in-one solution, you’ll also find Norton Secure VPN. VPNs (virtual private networks) keep your device’s identity hidden online, which has multiple potential benefits. You can use unsecured public Wi-Fi networks with greater peace of mind, or add an extra layer of security to important transactions. It’s a no-log network too, so not even Norton LifeLock has a record of how you’ve used it.
Protecting your data also applies to the contents of your hard drive. If it were to fail or be damaged, or if your device was stolen, it could potentially cost you important documents, photos and more. Norton PC Cloud Backup can help save you from this worst-case scenario by keeping copies of your files online in Norton LifeLock secure servers. It means that if you were to ever lose access to your device’s storage, you’ve got a way of getting your precious information back.
Often, your online safety is only as good as the passwords you use to access websites. The popular bad habit of reusing passwords can turn one website’s data breach into a more significant threat to your online safety. To help with this, you’ll find a password manager tool within Norton 360, which will save your login, banking and other credentials in the cloud and automatically enter them when needed. It also generates separate, more secure passwords for you to use, which make all of your accounts harder to break into without sacrificing usability.
If you have young people in your house, then you may well benefit from the parental control built into Norton 360 Deluxe and Norton 360 Premium. These allow you to monitor the videos they’ve watched, what they’ve searched for, and what they’ve downloaded, as well as giving you the option to filter content or track their mobile devices’ location via GPS.
Plus, if you use Norton 360 on a PC, and that PC has cameras built into it, Norton SafeCam for PC will alert you when an application is trying to access it, and let you block programmes from using it without permission. Your PC shouldn’t be recording you unless you want it to be, and Norton LifeLock can help keep out anyone or anything that disagrees with this.
If these features sound like just what you need, you can currently purchase Norton 360 Standard for just £24.99 for the first-year subscription for one device, a 58% discount on the basic price. If you want even more protection, the Norton 360 Deluxe and Norton 360 Premium options let you apply even more safety measures (Norton Parental Control & increased PC Cloud Backup Storage to a maximum of five or ten devices, for £29.99 (
£79,99) and £39.99 ( £89.99) for the first year respectively.
There’s a huge number of potential dangers online, which means you need a comprehensive security solution in order to combat them all effectively. Norton 360 gives you everything you need in one simple subscription. Even as the threats to your digital wellbeing keep growing, Norton LifeLock is adapting to them to keep its customers safe.