Security company Network Associates has changed its name to McAfee.
The move will see the company trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol MFE in place of its previous NET designation.
The firm said the rebranding followed the divestiture of its Magic Help Desk technology and the agreement to sell its Sniffer Technologies network management business.
McAfee expects to close the sale of Sniffer Technologies to Silver Lake Partners and Texas Pacific Group in the second half of July.
"As a company we are at a strategic turning point, and the name change to McAfee reinforces our image as a leader in security," said George Samenuk, chairman and chief executive officer of McAfee, in a statement.
"Our security business is growing, and the new McAfee is committed to continuing to deliver innovative, next-generation security solutions to protect our customers."
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