Symantec Completes Acquisition Of VeriSign Japan

[Techtaffy Newsdesk]

Symantec has completed the tender offer to purchase the remaining outstanding shares of common stock and stock rights of publicly traded VeriSign Japan. As of Nov. 1, 2012, VeriSign Japan is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Symantec.

Together, Symantec and VeriSign Japan plan to drive growth across Japan for both the SSL and User Authentication solutions. VeriSign Japan is complementary to Symantec’s global business.

Upload: 11-17-12

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