LifeLock Inc. is an American identity theft protection company based in Tempe, Arizona. LifeLock's system monitors for identity theft, the use of personal information, and credit score changes.
LifeLock was acquired by computer security company Symantec in 2017. After selling its enterprise division to Broadcom, the company was renamed Norton LifeLock in November 2019; the same year, the company also began to offer versions of its Norton 360 subscription service with LifeLock included.
In 2015, the company was ordered to pay $100 million to settle Federal Trade Commission charges of failing to protect consumer information and deceptive advertising.
Highest paying job titles at LifeLock include Software Engineer, Marketing Manager, and Senior Programmer Analyst