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Symantec is looking for a few good nonprofits ...

Symantec is looking for a few good nonprofits who are working to combat cybercrime in the cities of Portland, Minneapolis, and San Francisco!

According to a recent Symantec study, cybercrime affects one in five online shoppers and in 2009, cost Americans more than $560 million due to online fraud. Symantecís publication of the Top 10 Riskiest Online Cities exposed Portland, Minneapolis, and high-tech hub San Francisco as exhibiting some of the nationís highest rates of risky online behavior, and Symantec wants to help these cities fight back!

We are looking to partner with 501(c)(3) organizations that are taking definitive action to educate, empower, and assist their citizenry who have, or may, become victims of cybercrime. We are accepting proposals - use the invitation code CYBERCRIME (case sensitive). 

The Symantec Corporate Responsibility team will select two to three finalists per city. Then, in an effort to involve the citizens of these communities, as well as the global CSR stakeholder community, in choosing the best organization for the job, the finalists will be put to vote on JustMeans.

For more details or for questions, please contact community_relations@symantec.com.


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