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Is Your Family "Switched On?"

By Lora Phillips, Senior Manager, Global Corporate Responsibility
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October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, and Symantec is publishing a series of posts on how we're meeting Our Shared Responsibility to secure the Internet. Previous posts included National Cyber Security Awareness Month Turns 10! by Michael Kaiser, Executive Director of the National Cyber Security Alliance, and Being Mobile: Best Practices for Keeping Your Child Safe on Mobile Technology by Marian Merritt, Norton Internet Safety Advocate. Today, we celebrate Get Safe Online (GSO) week, which has just wrapped up in the UK, with a post by our UK PR team discussing Symantec’s partnership with the organizers of this annual event, Get Safe Online (GSO).

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October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, and Symantec is publishing a series of posts on how we're meeting Our Shared Responsibility to secure the Internet. Previous posts included National Cyber Security Awareness Month Turns 10! by Michael Kaiser, Executive Director of the National Cyber Security Alliance, and Being Mobile: Best Practices for Keeping Your Child Safe on Mobile Technology by Marian Merritt, Norton Internet Safety Advocate. Today, we celebrate Get Safe Online (GSO) week, which has just wrapped up in the UK, with a post by our UK PR team discussing Symantec’s partnership with the organizers of this annual event, Get Safe Online (GSO).

4 Ways Kids Can Spot and Stop Cybercriminals

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October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month and it’s a great time to teach their kids how to stay away from cybercriminals.  Kids are not usually the target of cybercriminals, but kids do gather online where hackers and identity thieves lay their traps.  Here are 4 ways they may fall into those traps and how they can stop them in their tracks:

1. Online Searches.

Game Plan: Keeping Your Family Safe Online

By Marian Merritt, Norton Internet Safety Advocate
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Huffington Post article I read back in late July asked a poignant question: “Why no Internet safety course for kids and parents?” The author of the article was Tony Loftis, president and executive director of Find Your Missing Child, an organization that aims to use social media to locate missing and runaway children.

Our Commitments in Action: Symantec’s 2013 Corporate Responsibility Report

By Cecily Joseph, Senior Director, Corporate Responsibility
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I’m excited to share that our Corporate Responsibility Report for fiscal year 2013 has been published. This annual report provides an opportunity to review our goals from the previous year, acknowledge successes, and reflect on how we can continue to refine our corporate responsibility strategy.

Symantec 2013 Corporate Responsibility Report Highlights Online Safety and Environmental Stewardship

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MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Sept. 12, 2013 /3BL Media/ – Symantec Corp.’s 2013 Corporate Responsibility Report, released today, highlights the company’s progress toward integrating responsible social and business practices that directly support its global competitiveness. The report complements a year in which Symantec posted its strongest growth results in five years.

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