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Laeeq Ahmed
Consultant
IT Security Lead at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Jan 15 2018

What is most valuable?

It protects machines from malware attacks and ransom attacks.

How has it helped my organization?

It keeps our machines up-to-date with the definitions of the current Zero-day attacks, which happen in the real-time scenarios. It protects our data and our clients' data.

What needs improvement?

There was a problem with in version 14, where the client machines used to "hang." I am happy to say that Symantec comes into the picture once an issue is reported. It might be a product bug or it… more »

What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?

What we paid for this is good value for the work and the services they're providing to us.

What other advice do I have?

On the positive side, if you have a good environment, where your clients are not connected to domain, you can use this product. This is one advantage of this product, where you can use it for… more »

Which other solutions did I evaluate?

We went through multiple products available on the market and proposed multiple products to the client. The client chose Symantec for two reasons. One was for the best service and support, which… more »

What is DigiCert Secure App Service?

Secure App Service frees your business from the high financial and security risks of internal code signing key management, whilst simplifying and scaling your efforts with a code signing in the cloud service.

With SAS, all signing keys are stored in our data centers and access is restricted to authenticated users. To sign a file, the user logs in to SAS (2FA available) and uploads the file. SAS scans the file for malware, signs the file and sends it back.

The service can be integrated to your workflows via a full set of APIs and includes test signing and hash signing features.

Also known as
Symantec Secure Code Signing, Symantec Secure App Service
DigiCert Secure App Service customers

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