Corporate Responsibility Policies
The NortonLifeLock Code of Conduct
Our company's standards of behavior are outlined in the Code of Conduct (PDF) which is available in multiple languages on our Code of Conduct page. The Code aligns our business practices and policies with our core values, sets expectations and provides the foundation for how we work.
United Kingdom Gender Pay Gap Report
In April 2017, the UK Government introduced legislation that required organizations with over 250 employees to publish its UK Gender Pay Gap (GPG) data. The GPG regulations have given NortonLifeLock an opportunity to see how well we’re living up to our values and commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the UK, and across the business. To read the full report from our UK Gender Pay Gap Analysis, please visit NortonLifeLock UK Gender Pay Gap Results.
Protecting our customers' and employees' privacy is a top priority and long-term investment in trust for NortonLifeLock. We have a Privacy website to provide clear and understandable information regarding our privacy practices and to learn more about the privacy protections in NortonLifeLock products and services.
India Corporate Social Responsibility Policy
The Indian Companies Act of 2013 introduced a regulatory framework for carrying out Corporate Social Responsibility (“CSR”) activities in India. The Act mandates that “qualifying companies” shall, amongst other things, adopt a policy for carrying out CSR activities in India. Accordingly, this Corporate Social Responsibility Policy (“Policy”) fulfills the policy requirement and applies to the companies of NortonLifeLock group in India who are currently meeting the threshold limits set out in section 135(1) of the Act.
Supply Chain Codes of Conduct
NortonLifeLock has two Supply Chain Codes of Conduct. We have our global Procurement Code of Conduct (non-Tier 1 suppliers) and we adopted the Responsible Business Alliance Code of Conduct for our Tier 1 suppliers.
In response to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) rule under Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, all companies are required to disclose whether the products they manufacture or contract to manufacture contain conflict minerals that originated in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) or other Covered Countries.
Compliance with all applicable environmental legislation is the starting point for our efforts. Beyond these legal requirements, we look for and implement ways to decrease energy, water, and materials use. We integrate environmental stewardship into our operational, product and supply chain strategies.
As a member of the United Nations Global Compact and a founding member of its LEAD Program, NortonLifeLock is committed to respecting human rights and expects its employees, contractors and suppliers to adhere to its Code of Conduct and Human Rights Policy which is available in the following languages:
NortonLifeLock complies with the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 requires retail sellers and manufacturers doing business in the state of California to publicly disclose their efforts to eradicate slavery and human trafficking from their direct supply chains. NortonLifeLock's California Transparency in Supply Chains Act statement of disclosure.
On March 26, 2015, the Modern Slavery Act 2015 was passed into law in the United Kingdom. This law requires companies to publish a formal statement of how they are preventing human trafficking and slavery in their supply chains. NortonLifeLock has a zero-tolerance policy and expects all employees and contractors to be well aware of the implications of violating any aspect of human-trafficking related activities. Employees and contractors can report potential violations of this policy to NortonLifeLock's EthicsLine.