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Blast doors lead into the bunker. They were designed to minimise the shock waves caused by a nuclear explosion. The air inside the bunker is pressurised to 1.5 ppsi greater than the external air pressure, the stop unfiltered air entering the bunker.
The glassed-off room that is the Security Operations Centre. Workstations are constantly manned by up to 15 analysts. Threats are also monitored on the four flatscreens on the facing wall.
Symantec collects information from their customers' intrustion prevention and detections systems and their firewalls. This data is analysed, and customers are told if they are under attack.
Malicious code can be dealt with in the bunker, or it can be escalated to Symantec's security response centre in Dublin. Symantec's global infrastructure is in constant communication, and includes labs in Calgary, Dublin and Auckland.