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NortonLifeLock Names Sherrese Smith and Emily Heath to BOD

Smith and Heath add deep data privacy, cybersecurity and information security expertise to Board

NortonLifeLock (NASAQ: NLOK), a global leader in consumer Cyber Safety, today announced that Sherrese Smith and Emily Heath have been elected to NortonLifeLock’s Board of Directors (the “Board”), effective immediately. Ms. Smith, a media, technology and telecommunications partner and vice-chair with Paul Hastings LLP, brings extensive experience in data privacy and cybersecurity and breach response issues across the United States, European Union and Asia. Ms. Heath, chief trust and security officer with DocuSign, brings significant experience leading consumer-facing companies’ protection of information, people and devices.

“Sherrese and Emily are proven leaders with deep and direct experience in data privacy, cybersecurity and information security,” said Frank E. Dangeard, chairman of the board, NortonLifeLock. “As NortonLifeLock continues its transformation for growth, I am confident that they will make an immediate and positive impact on our Board and company.”

As a result of the successful transition of NortonLifeLock to a standalone consumer Cyber Safety company and the completion of Bain Capital Private Equity’s investment in NortonLifeLock, David Humphrey will be stepping down from the Board, effective immediately.

“On behalf of the Board, I wish to thank David for his contributions to NortonLifeLock over the last several years,” added Dangeard. “Together, we identified opportunities to unlock value for shareholders while helping ensure NortonLifeLock delivered on its vision to protect and empower people to live their digital lives safely. We wish him the best.”

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