Making a Difference Posts

How a Smartphone can be a Domestic Violence Tool

How a Smartphone can be a Domestic Violence Tool

Technology has changed the rules of violence. We see it in how countries approach each other on the international level. We also see it in personal relationships, where smartphones can now be a domestic violence tool.

Authorities recently arrested a Rochester, N.Y., policeman for cyberstalking his ex-girlfriend. They say the defendant targeted the victim with harassing text messages, emails, and phone calls. According to news reports, investigators also allege the officer tried to access the woman’s work email and online medical accounts.

Where IS Everybody? Giving Back.

Where IS Everybody? Giving Back.

Giving back is in LifeLock’s DNA. That was clear today, when employees from all four of our offices stepped away from their desks to take part in the company’s annual Do-Gooder Day. For a lot of employees, it’s one of their favorite days of the year, not because they’re skipping work, but because they’re “out for good,” giving back to the community.

Giving Tuesday, LifeLock Style

Giving Tuesday, LifeLock Style

Like so many of you, LifeLock employees set aside time today to give back to their communities as part of Giving Tuesday. All told, our teams in Tempe, Ariz., Mountain View, San Diego and San Francisco, Calif., and Washington, D.C., purchased, wrapped and delivered some 600 gifts to make the holidays a little happier for others.

Starting Off, Giving Back, Fitting In

Starting Off, Giving Back, Fitting In

Starting a new job is exciting, and it can also be stressful. Fortunately for me, I found a great way to fit in and bond with my colleagues—giving back to the community.

LifeLock places a strong emphasis on community involvement as part of its LifeLock for Good program. It’s an aspect of the company that attracted me here.

On Being a Woman in Cybersecurity

On Being a Woman in Cybersecurity

It was a beautiful day in San Diego not only because of the gorgeous 75-degree weather, but also because I had the opportunity to share my journey—of being a woman in cybersecurity—with a group of middle and high school students at Canyon Crest Academy. 

I arrived early, so I was able to socialize with some of the girls before I shared my story with them.  I learned that most of them were interested in a career in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) because of their high school courses, which ranged from robotics to computer science.