Norton Anti-Virus and fully managed services are two different approaches to cybersecurity that offer different levels of protection and management.

Norton Anti-Virus is a traditional antivirus software product that is designed to protect a computer or device from viruses, malware, and other types of cyber threats. It typically includes features such as real-time scanning, automatic updates, and quarantine of infected files. Norton Anti-Virus is generally a standalone product that users can purchase and install on their own.

On the other hand, fully managed services typically refer to a comprehensive cybersecurity solution that is provided and managed by a third-party service provider. These services may include a range of security measures, such as firewalls, intrusion detection systems, antivirus and anti-malware software, data encryption, and regular security updates. The service provider is responsible for monitoring the system and responding to any security incidents that may occur. Fully managed services may also include other services, such as vulnerability scanning, security awareness training, and compliance auditing.

The main difference between Norton Anti-Virus and fully managed services is that Norton Anti-Virus is a single product that provides antivirus protection for a single device, while fully managed services offer a comprehensive suite of cybersecurity measures that are managed and monitored by US Service Center. Fully managed services are typically more comprehensive and offer more robust protection than a standalone antivirus product like Norton Anti-Virus.

With our service, for our monthly rate, you have your own IT department examining, reviewing, protecting, and updating your devices and IT environment.  With Norton, you do not.