SEPC communications are fully encrypted. Norton's aren't.
Regular home user wouldn't give a damn about it.
SEPC is rock solid, bug free. Norton is very buggy.
That's quite obvious, since consumer version user will write a cry-post in forum when encountering bugs/failures, SEPC admin will go through manuals or call directly symantec, because time is money, and in business environment you pay for not fixing client machine fast enough. Norton Security is just like every other AV suite with pros and cons. SEPC is next level and web management indeed was easy to understand and clean. What I did like was SEPC News widget and that it logs all performed upgrades/maintenance in calendar to easy access anytime, very useful imo.
I'm just concerned about privacy, there are no questions that SEPC is way more quality, stable and prioritized by Symantec than Norton products, and that's the way it should be.
I'd rather use HMP.A or HMP standalone than Sophos Home Premium, it's not that easy to manage clients from web and sometimes settings doesn't stick and if you encounter e.g. HMP.A exploit alert on client machine, you are basically done unless you disable the module, I had a case where user was using wireless usb keyboard, and integrated HMP.A detected it as a BadUSB and alert kept coming back again and again, of course it was a FP, if AV software can't automatically decide itself what to do with exploits, then client is stunned when alerts keep poping off in fullscreen. Never again Sophos Home Premium for others than myself. If I was going for Sophos setup, then only together with some XG Firewall model, I feel like using Sophos is like using Fortinet wo Fortigate, you just don't use it up to its true potential.
Edit: I am trying to figure out why "Threat Activity" stays on 0., but in device "Events" it properly logs activity. Also, web protection doesn't seem to work on my side on any browser, ahhh.. I wonder