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lora_phillips | 01 Apr 2014 | 0 comments

By Paola Zeni, Symantec Director, Global Privacy, Ethics, and Compliance.

Symantec has been recognized as a 2014 World's Most Ethical Company by the Ethisphere Institute, an independent center of research promoting best practices in corporate ethics and governance. This is the seventh time that Symantec has been honored with this award, which recognizes organizations that continue to raise the bar on ethical leadership and corporate behavior. Symantec is one of only 10 technology companies worldwide honored this year.


This award belongs to all employees at Symantec, who act in their daily job in accordance with the highest ethical standards.

"World's Most Ethical Companies believe that customers, employees, investors and regulators place a high...

scott taylor | 06 Mar 2013 | 1 comment

For the sixth year in a row, Symantec has been named to Ethisphere’s World’s Most Ethical Companies list. We consider this a great honor, and work hard every year to improve our processes and systems, and strengthen our culture of ethics and compliance, in order to maintain our position on this list.

But what does it really mean to be one of the world’s most ethical companies? Why is this distinction important?

For us, when we think about being an ethical company, we’re thinking about things like tone from the top – the ways in which our executive leadership team, from the CEO down, vocalize and help drive a commitment to integrity throughout the business. We think about the best ways to create the kind of transparent culture where employees know what’s expected of them and where to go for help when faced with an ethical dilemma. We think...