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Aligning CSR Spending to Improve Workforce Diversity

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Today, women hold only 19% of computing degrees with women of color holding just 4%. Symantec has joined the Reboot Representation Tech Coalition to align existing philanthropic donations with peers and build a more inclusive workforce. Together, we plan to double the number of women of color graduating with computing degrees by 2025.

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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.

CASE STUDY | Cyber Security is Tapping Into Non-Traditional Talent

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CEB (that has now joined with Gartner) represents the world’s leading research and advisory company. Recognizing the importance that diversity and inclusion plays in business growth and success, CEB has launched the Diversity & Inclusion Leadership Council that “equips those leading diversity and inclusion teams with actionable solutions to enable business performance.”

We are happy to provide highlights of the Symantec Cyber Career Connection (Symantec C3) profile that was developed by the CEB Diversity and Inclusion Leadership Council and is currently featured as a resource for CEB D&I Leadership Council members.

(This piece originally appeared on the CEB Diversity and Inclusion website. A copy of the full case study is available at the bottom of this article.)

Symantec C3 Program Highlighted by Gartner’s Diversity & Inclusion Leadership Council
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CEB (that has now joined with Gartner) represents the world’s leading research and advisory company. Recognizing the importance that diversity and inclusion plays in business growth and success, CEB has launched the Diversity & Inclusion Leadership Council that “equips those leading diversity and inclusion teams with actionable solutions to enable business performance.”

We are happy to provide highlights of the Symantec Cyber Career Connection (Symantec C3) profile that was developed by the CEB Diversity and Inclusion Leadership Council and is currently featured as a resource for CEB D&I Leadership Council members.

(This piece originally appeared on the CEB Diversity and Inclusion website. A copy of the full case study is available at the bottom of this article.)

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

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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.

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.

Hacking Foster Care & Changing Lives

How Symantec and Silicon Valley Children’s Fund are improving life outcomes for foster youth
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By: John Hogan, Vice President of Career Services, Silicon Valley Children’s Fund

23,000 foster youths age out of foster care with little or no support. Combining innovative technology with human connection and support, we can change this.

 – Sixto Cancel, CEO ThinkofUs.org and Foster Youth advocate

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