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What New U.S. Data Privacy Laws Mean for Business

by Mary Mazzoni
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The frequency and intensity of data breaches are on the rise worldwide. More than 4.5 billion records were compromised in the first half of 2018, a 133 percent increase over last year, according to Gemalto’s Breach Level Index. Numbers like these make consumers understandably wary of sharing their personal information with companies, and they also represent a significant risk for the world’s top firms.

Finding Safe Harbor: How Leadership, Relationships, and Self-Care Sparked EHS Renewal at Symantec

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Over a couple of years, major divestiture, significant acquisitions, several CEO turnovers, and more took place at a company. The EHS leader found three core principles that helped her though this tumultuous period.

Read her blog at Antea Group to find out how she weathered the storm and found her safe harbor, helping her organization build a stronger EHS system.

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Excite, Inspire, Certify and Train

Four strategies to prepare the next generation of cybersecurity professionals
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Today, hundreds of thousands of cyber security positions remain vacant around the world. Research estimates that by 2022, there will be a shortage of 1.8 million information security professionals (an increase of 20% from the 1.5 million shortfall forecasted in 2015).[I] At the same time, consumer demand for automated, connected and intelligent products is growing, as are the risks and resulting realities of increased cyber attacks.

Symantec CEO Greg Clark Highlights Progress in 2018 Corporate Responsibility Report

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By Greg Clark, Chief Executive Officer, Symantec

Symantec is the world leader in cyber defense, enabling organizations, governments, and consumers to secure their most important data wherever it lives. Our mission is reflected in our fundamental commitment to make the world a better place, working each day to create a secure and sustainable future.

Symantec Hits GHG Target, Increases Employee Engagement and Adds Diverse Talent to the Tech Workforce

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As part of its commitment to climate action, Symantec set a goal in 2016 to reduce Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 30 percent over a 10-year period (FY16 to FY25 with a FY15 baseline). Through investments in energy conservation and more efficient use of space the company has achieved a 32 percent reduction in GHG emissions in just three years. Its Mountain View Headquarters now has a zero-carbon electricity contract as it moves to further reduce emissions by choosing cleaner sources of energy to power offices, labs and data centers.

Symantec Reduces GHG Emissions by Over 30% in 3 Years

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As part of its commitment to climate action, Symantec set a goal in 2016 to reduce Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 30 percent over a 10-year period (FY16 to FY25 with a FY15 baseline). Through investments in energy conservation and more efficient use of space the company has achieved a 32 percent reduction in GHG emissions in just three years.

Tools and Tips to Keep Our Families Safe Online

Symantec celebrates National Cyber Security Awareness Month
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By Jaime Barclay, Senior Manager, Corporate Responsibility

The Business and Societal Case for Privacy

by Mary Mazzoni
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American companies experienced nearly 500 data breaches in 2016 alone, and governments around the world are beginning to require more from private firms when it comes to protecting user data.

Stepping Up Our Environmental Focus

Again named to Dow Jones Sustainability Indices, Symantec continues to push towards a low carbon future
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Symantec is proud to be one of the twenty-one technology companies stepping up to rapidly reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions across all sectors of society. We’ve joined the Step Up Declaration, a new alliance dedicated to harnessing the power of emerging technologies and the fourth industrial revolution to ensure a climate turning point by 2020.

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