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As Cyber Attacks Diversify, Those Leading the Defense Must As Well

NICE Newsletter Industry Spotlight
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The National Initiative for Cyber Security Education (NICE), led by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in the U.S. Department of Commerce, aims to increase the number of skilled cyber security professionals in the United States. The organization achieves this through partnerships with government, academia, and the private sector that energize and promote a robust network and ecosystem of cyber security education, training, and workforce development resources.

This article previously appeared in NICE's summer e-newsletter here.

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The National Initiative for Cyber Security Education (NICE), led by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in the U.S. Department of Commerce, aims to increase the number of skilled cyber security professionals in the United States. The organization achieves this through partnerships with government, academia, and the private sector that energize and promote a robust network and ecosystem of cyber security education, training, and workforce development resources.

This article previously appeared in NICE's summer e-newsletter here.

Giving Back that Stands Out: Symantec's Volunteer of the Quarter

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Symantec has a long and proud history of encouraging our employees to volunteer. Volunteering makes our company a better place to work, so employees are helping both Symantec and the organizations they volunteer for. Every quarter we feature employees across the world standing out for their dedication to giving back.

From Royal Inspiration to Royal Recognition

Celebrating Symantec’s Volunteer of the Quarter & Community Leader Nick Coates
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Symantec’s Volunteer of the Quarter initiative highlights and rewards those employees who dedicate their time and talents to address societal and environmental issues. We have a long and proud history of encouraging our employees to volunteer. While the driving force of our efforts is largely altruistic, there is even more to volunteering than giving back to our communities. Volunteering makes our company a better place to work, so employees are helping both Symantec and the organizations they volunteer for.

Today we highlight our Volunteer of the Quarter Nick Coates, Principal ITSM Solutions Engineer, Production Engineering, in our Reading UK office.

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Symantec’s Volunteer of the Quarter initiative highlights and rewards those employees who dedicate their time and talents to address societal and environmental issues. We have a long and proud history of encouraging our employees to volunteer. While the driving force of our efforts is largely altruistic, there is even more to volunteering than giving back to our communities. Volunteering makes our company a better place to work, so employees are helping both Symantec and the organizations they volunteer for.

Today we highlight our Volunteer of the Quarter Nick Coates, Principal ITSM Solutions Engineer, Production Engineering, in our Reading UK office.

Supporting Science Fairs While Keeping Data Safe

How Science Fair Foundation BC is Using Symantec Products to Help Secure their Information
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Product donation is Symantec’s largest mechanism to support the nonprofit community and help nonprofits fulfill their missions. In partnership with TechSoup, each year we provide cyber security solutions to nearly 22,000 organizations across 56 countries worldwide, allowing them to secure their most important data wherever it lives. Since launching the software donation program in 2002, Symantec has helped more than 102,000 nonprofits solve today’s biggest security challenges and protect against the ever-evolving threat landscape. This equates to distributing over $256 million fair market value Symantec products to social benefit organizations.  

This article originally appeared on the TechSoup Blog.

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Product donation is Symantec’s largest mechanism to support the nonprofit community and help nonprofits fulfill their missions. In partnership with TechSoup, each year we provide cyber security solutions to nearly 22,000 organizations across 56 countries worldwide, allowing them to secure their most important data wherever it lives. Since launching the software donation program in 2002, Symantec has helped more than 102,000 nonprofits solve today’s biggest security challenges and protect against the ever-evolving threat landscape. This equates to distributing over $256 million fair market value Symantec products to social benefit organizations.  

This article originally appeared on the TechSoup Blog.

Everyone Can Be the Legacy – Celebrating Mandela Day

STEM Pioneer Lindiwe Matlali on Creating Africa’s IT Legacies
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by Lindiwe Matlali, Founder and CEO of Africa Teen Geeks

We all have the power to be the legacy, but how many of us will?

Impact That Resonates Everywhere You Work

CR Experts Weigh in on the Trends Shaping Their Regions – And the World
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by Cecily JosephVP, Corp Social Responsibility

Engaging nonprofits, public policy and advocacy organizations, and issue experts – both globally and regionally – provides the expertise companies need to make a positive impact that resonates everywhere they “work”. Symantec’s CR partners offer their insights on the trends shaping the future of CR.

How the GDPR Impacts Corporate Responsibility

The EU’s newest data protection regulation is causing sweeping changes across the globe and corporate responsibility practitioners need to take notice
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by Cecily Joseph, VP, Corporate Social Responsibility

What Celebrating Pride in India Means to Symantec Employees and the World at Large

by C Moulee, Symantec employee in India
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Two years ago, I published an article on Symantec’s iamtech Medium publication that shared my unique experience advocating for LGBTQ rights in India, and championing this cause across our Symantec Pune and Chennai offices.

Symantec Recognized as One of the 50 Most Community-Minded Companies for Fourth Consecutive Year

The Civic 50 honors Symantec for its commitment to and investment in communities
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MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., June 19, 2018 /3BL Media/ – Symantec Corp. (Nasdaq: SYMC), the world’s leading cyber security company, today announced that it has been named an honoree of The Civic 50 by Points of Light, the world’s largest organization dedicated to volunteer service. The Civic 50 sets a national standard for superior corporate citizenship and showcases how companies can use their time, skills and other resources to improve the communities in which they do business.

Looking Outside the Box We Can Solve the Cyber Security Workforce Gap

The Future of Cyber Security Has a Name – Part 3
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This year, Symantec Cyber Career Connection (Symantec C3) partner NPower announced their campaign “The Future of Tech Has a Name” to launch 15,000 digital careers by 2022 and be on track to serve 50,000.  Today we are excited to feature the final part of our three-part series, “The Future of Cyber Security Has a Name,” highlighting individual stories from our program that reflect a changing, diverse and qualified future pipeline of cyber security professionals. 

We have featured the story of alumnus Christopher Reynolds and Layla Gardner, and today we close our series by hearing from Symantec C3 partner NPower CEO Bertina Ceccarelli.

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This year, Symantec Cyber Career Connection (Symantec C3) partner NPower announced their campaign “The Future of Tech Has a Name” to launch 15,000 digital careers by 2022 and be on track to serve 50,000.  Today we are excited to feature the final part of our three-part series, “The Future of Cyber Security Has a Name,” highlighting individual stories from our program that reflect a changing, diverse and qualified future pipeline of cyber security professionals. 

We have featured the story of alumnus Christopher Reynolds and Layla Gardner, and today we close our series by hearing from Symantec C3 partner NPower CEO Bertina Ceccarelli.

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