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
Fabrizio BiondiStaff Scientist
Janine LukSoftware Engineer and Diversity & Inclusion Champion
Radek BartosEnterprise Architect and Diversity & Inclusion Committee Member
Elnaz BabayevaSenior AI Researcher
Jakub SanojcaAI Product Manager
Fiona CliffeDirector of Product Management
Doron AvrahamLead Software Engineer
Our Initiatives and Projects
Autism at IT
Women in tech
Employee Resource Groups (ERGs)
Featured D&I News
Avast is a long-term active supporter of people on the spectrum, and we’re celebrating World Autism Awareness Month with our Autism@IT mentoring project.
Avast celebrated International Women’s Day and its theme #BreakTheBias throughout the month of March with multiple events that amplified the company’s commitment to empowering women and increasing efforts to bring more women into the tech industry.
Mentors can play a multitude of roles in your life. The only thing you have to do in order to get all of those benefits? Take the first step.
An interview with Elnaz Babayeva, Senior AI Researcher at Avast, on breaking the bias in tech not only professionally, but also personally.
The FDM everywoman in Technology Awards aims to recognize and lift up the exceptional women who work tirelessly across the industry, not only pushing innovation forward but also creating a more hospitable environment for other women who are interested in the field.
What can women who want to get into tech do to break into the field? Here are seven tips from two women who have been there.
This Black History Month, the Avast Diversity & Inclusion team wanted to highlight the impressive work that our own Shane Ryan is doing and has done, as well as talk a little with him about his own experiences as a professional Black man. Here’s what he had to say.
Tech has a (deserved) reputation for being unfriendly to women. But as our workplaces shift and change, there’s an incredible opportunity for companies who care about equity to change that.