NortonLifeLock participates in the development of public policy that affects our consumers, our business, and products. In partnership with business and trade associations, we work with local, regional, national, and international lawmakers and government agencies to advocate for policy and legislation that supports our ability to protect consumers, innovate, and ensure the unimpeded flow of the world’s information.
For more information, contact:
Head of Government Affairs
Kim Allman leads global public policy for NortonLifeLock based out of Washington, D.C. Kim joined LifeLock in 2016 as VP of Government Affairs and transitioned to Symantec after the acquisition of LifeLock to lead government affairs for the Consumer Business Unit, including Norton Security and LifeLock. Kim has worked on Capitol Hill and managed the national state legislative programs for the domestic record industry at RIAA and for the tech industry at TechAmerica. She served for six years as an appointee for the Obama Administration at the Corporation for National and Community Service running their government relations efforts. She was recently appointed to the Board of the Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC).