Topic: Norton

Norton Explores Shady Data Havens Like This North Sea Platform in Amazing Short Film

Documentary shines a light on opaque hosting practices

Anti-virus compay Norton has released a fascinating new documentary on the world of bulletproof hosting—providing server space to clients with little or no oversight on the content—and the hazards the…

Santa's Computer Catches the Bah-Humbug Virus in These Witty Ads From Norton

Will cybersecurity save us from stockings full of coal?

So far, Santa is having an exasperating holiday season. A few weeks back, he got physically assaulted in a Coach commercial. Now Kringle's computer has been hacked, and his "Naughty Or… Gets Into Native Advertising

Site hopes to engage readers with redesign

After years of being one the most-sought out sites for advice online, is changing its look for the first time in a decade to help it reach the modern…

Detweiler Is New Grey S.F. CCO

Office also adds Ryder System

The revamping of Grey San Francisco continues with the hire of Curt Detweiler as chief creative officer of the office. Detweiler most recently was managing director and executive creative director…

Grey S.F. Wins Norton Account

Prevails over incumbent Leo Burnett

Grey S.F. has won responsibility for global creative, brand and social strategies for Symantec’s Norton antivirus and security software brand after a review which included incumbent Leo Burnett. The WPP agency…

Norton Protects All Your Stuff, Like Videos of Your Freaked-Out Baby

Ads include animated 60-second anthem

These days, odds are good you spend many (if not most) of your waking hours glued to the screen of your computer or smartphone—answering emails, paying bills, cooing over videos…

Hasselhoff faces toughest fan in Norton ads

Leo Burnett's surrealist "Allow or Deny" campaign for Norton antivirus software, which brought us the "Dokken vs. Chicken" spot, is back with new ads featuring David Hasselhoff. Sporting the…

Dokken battles chicken for Norton anti-virus

Did the Family Guy manatees write this set of ads for Norton's 2010 anti-virus software? Because using '80s band Dokken and a chicken to illustrate how viruses attack your hard-drive…