A digital world for everyone, built by everyone
At Avast we fight for a safe, open, and fair digital world for everyone. The best way to bring about digital freedom for all is by reflecting the world around us. A diverse and inclusive team is essential to create and follow a vision for a better connected life for each and every one of us.
Committed to change, committed to people
Today at Avast
Supporting tech talent wherever it comes from
An authentic culture, shaped by all
Phil Marshall,Avast CFO and Diversity & Inclusion program sponsor
Janine Luk,Software Engineer and Diversity & Inclusion Champion
Radek Bartos,Enterprise Architect and Diversity & Inclusion Committee Member
Elnaz Babayeva,Senior AI Researcher
Jakub SanojcaAI Product Manager
Doron AvrahamLead Software Engineer
Our Initiatives and Projects
Autism at IT
Women in tech
Employee Resource Groups (ERGs)
Featured D&I News
The Avast Pride Event 2021, hosted in partnership with the Pride Business Forum, featured informational presentations on ERGs, allyship, Avast’s new Rainbow Alliance group, and the trials and tribulations of coming out at work.
During the last five years, Czechitas and Avast have been working together to inspire, educate and strengthen diversity and competitiveness within the world of IT.
Avast's Janine Luk looks back on this year's codebar festival, a three-day virtual conference aimed at facilitating a diverse community within the tech industry.
In continued celebration of Women's History Month, Avast leaders came together to lead a panel on women in leadership within the tech industry.
The second Q&A in our series focusing on education for women in the IT/tech fields features Anna Brailsford, CEO of Code First Girls, a company that trains, empowers, and networks female researchers in the world of tech.
This year at Avast, we’re honoring Avastian women by focusing on three charities that are doing amazing work for women: ROSA, Black Girls Code, and Klub svobodných matek.
The first Q&A in our series focusing on education for women interested in the IT/tech fields features Petra Kotuliakova, CEO and Founder of Slovakia’s Aj Ty v IT, a nonprofit organization that has been educating girls and women in information and communications technology since 2012.