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Fulfilling My Dreams of Independence

A NortonLifeLock and NASSCOM Foundation partnership helps women enter the cyber workforce in India
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By Adeeba Sultana, NASSCOM Cyber Security graduate

Through NortonLifeLock’s partnership with the NASSCOM Foundation, we launched the Cyber Security Skills Development Initiative for Women. This program is designed to create greater employability opportunities for underprivileged female engineering graduates by equipping women with the right job skills. Today’s guest post is by Adeeba Sultana, a NASSCOM Cyber graduate and current network Analyst at HCL Technologies, Bangalore.

Serving All of Our Stakeholders

NortonLifeLock is named #59 on the Forbes JUST 100
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By Kim Allman, Head of Corporate Responsibility and Government Affairs

I am thrilled to announce that today NortonLifeLock has been named one of America’s Most JUST Companies  by Forbes and JUST Capital. While Symantec made the list each year since the ranking began in 2015, we are especially proud that as a new, pure play consumer Cyber Safety company we are on this preeminent list in our own right.

Securing Your Child's Devices at Home During COVID-19

It’s National Cyber Security Awareness Month and being Cyber Safe has never been more important
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By Kevin Roundy, Technical Director at NortonLifeLock Research Group

2020 has been a landmark year in so many ways. Among other challenges, people were forced to find innovative ways to work, learn, and socialize—many of these requiring a new level of digital connection. As a large number of adults and children in communities around the world transitioned to working and learning from home, new vulnerabilities were created.

Take Time To Volunteer

Meet NortonLifeLock Volunteer Leaders Kelly Ryan, Amanda Davis, and Trisha Hailston
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Volunteer engagement has dropped off significantly due to stay at home measures resulting from COVID-19. Nonprofits across the globe are struggling to find volunteers while more people need more services than ever before.

At NortonLifeLock, we encourage our employees to apply their time and talents to the issues they care most deeply about and to contribute to the communities where they live and work.

NortonLifeLock Re-launches HOLA (Hispanic/Latino Outreach, Leadership & Advancement)

This National Hispanic Heritage Month let’s listen, learn, connect, educate, and celebrate
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By Marie Miller-Rodriquez | Sr. Marketing Operations Manager with ID8, NortonLifeLock’s internal creative agency

I love computers, technology, and the Internet and am proud to be a part of a company whose purpose to create a safer digital world is critical both now and to our future. Even more importantly, I was drawn to NortonLifeLock’s employee-first culture, the forward-thinking mindset that encourages employees to connect with and appreciate one another’s diverse contributions.

Providing Peace of Mind

Norton Small Business helps keep CAIR-Oklahoma data secure while the organization combats Islamophobia in Oklahoma
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Product donation is one way NortonLifeLock supports the nonprofit community. In FY20 alone Norton product donations have helped more than 10,000 nonprofits and public libraries, with a product retail value of over $2.2 million, solve today’s biggest security challenges and protect against the ever-evolving threat landscape.

NPower Graduate Anthony Plummer Believes We Can Create a Stronger, More Responsive Sector

Individuals without a college degree can help fill the cyber talent shortage
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Hundreds of thousands of cyber security positions remain vacant around the world, however, companies still struggle to find qualified talent. Additionally, research shows individuals without a college degree could fill a large percentage of these positions—creating a tremendous opportunity to train candidates for these roles. NortonLifeLock is proud to work with nonprofit educational partners addressing the significant shortage of qualified cyber security candidates while helping change the trajectory of the tech workforce, specifically for underrepresented minorities, women, and veterans. Today we are excited to feature a guest post from Anthony Plummer, an NPower graduate and US Navy Veteran.

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Hundreds of thousands of cyber security positions remain vacant around the world, however, companies still struggle to find qualified talent. Additionally, research shows individuals without a college degree could fill a large percentage of these positions—creating a tremendous opportunity to train candidates for these roles. NortonLifeLock is proud to work with nonprofit educational partners addressing the significant shortage of qualified cyber security candidates while helping change the trajectory of the tech workforce, specifically for underrepresented minorities, women, and veterans. Today we are excited to feature a guest post from Anthony Plummer, an NPower graduate and US Navy Veteran.

Showing Up for Arizona Students, Families and Teachers

NortonLifeLock funds COVID-19 relief grants for all eligible Arizona PTAs that applied
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By Leslie Boggs, President of National PTA

Protecting Women Peacebuilders Across The Globe

New NortonLifeLock Tech For Good partnership provides vital cyber safety training and software for women building peace in their communities
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By Kimberly Bishop | Corporate Responsibility

Conflict affects every region of our world and courageous people spend their lives working to end cycles of violence in their communities. In some countries these peacebuilders work to address extremist violence or heavy-handed security forces. In others, peacebuilders are working to rebuild trust between community members and police.

Employees Lead the Way on Community Investment in India

NortonLifeLock supports the communities where we work
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By Kimberly Bishop | Corporate Responsibility

Article 135 of the India Company Act, introduced the first mandatory CSR law in the world, requiring large companies to spend at least 2 percent of their annual profits on giving back to the local community. To meet this mandate, we turned to both our India-based employees and to CAF India, a leading international nonprofit working to make giving more effective, for guidance.

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