Last week, 60 middle and high school students gathered at Cisco campuses in Research Triangle Park (RTP), NC and Richardson, TX for a special cybersecurity camp being offered for the first time by CyberPatriot, the Air Force Association’s national youth cyber education program.
By Lora Phillips, Symantec's Senior Manager, Global Corporate Responsibility
As the Symantec Cyber Career Connection (SC3) students embark on their internships, which started in February, we visit with one of the guest lecturers that taught a session at the Brooklyn pilot site.
By Carolina Schattauer Ramnö, Symantec's Nordic PR Manager
When we first embarked on our corporate responsibility journey here in Sweden, we were looking to develop a true sustainability plan, from beginning to end, but also wanted to uncover opportunities that would make business sense. We decided that the family sector would be a great area for us to engage with, especially considering Symantec’s position on online safety. We established a partnership with Friends, a well-known non-profit in Sweden dedicated to the prevention and education of bullying.
Director of Cyber Education and Online Safety Programs at Symantec
In October 2014, Symantec released its FY14 Corporate Responsibility(CR) Report reflecting our deep commitment to building a diverse and inclusive workplace, reducing our environmental impact, and investing in positive social impact around the globe. Over the next month, we will share a few CR program highlights. Today we take a look at our signature program, the Symantec Cybersecurity Career Connection (SC3).
DALLAS, TX, October 8, 2014 /3BL Media/ – NPower and its skills-based volunteering program, The Community Corps, is collaborating with its partners at Symantec to offer a high-impact workshop in Dallas, Texas as part of Pro Bono Week 2014. Cybersecurity breaches at top organizations across the country continue to fill the headlines. Hosted by United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, this workshop is designed to help nonprofits navigate the sometimes confusing waters of cybersecurity and will provide a sound basis to better protect organizations online and in the cloud.
Students arrive in Washington, D.C. wearing embroidered leather jackets with logos and names stitched in bright colors on their sleeves. They’re members of different teams, but not sports teams. They are at the nation’s capitol for CyberPatriot’s National Youth Cyber Defense competition, the largest high school cyber defense competition in the United States.
By Cecily Joseph, Symantec’s Vice President of Corporate Responsibility and Chief Diversity Officer
Yesterday was an exciting day for Symantec, and a first for the company on multiple fronts. Standing alongside former United States Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, Symantec Senior Vice President Aled Miles launched our signature Corporate Responsibility program - the Symantec Cyber Career Connection (SC3)—at the Clinton Global Initiative America meeting in Denver.