Symantec has announced that its new web-based security product, which was expected to roll out this year, may now be delayed until March next year.
Enrique Salem, president of consumer products at Symantec, told a financial briefing that the beta would be available in July and the full rollout would depend on the results of that test.
The date change was also followed by a name change for the Symantec service, which has now dropped its working title of Genesis and will officially be called Norton 360.
Symantec currently has 62 per cent of the market for consumer security products, and its first web-based product is designed to protect that lead.
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