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LifeLock Overview

Tempe, AZ
501 to 1000 employees
2005
Company - Public (LOCK)
Consumer Services
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Unknown
LifeLock is a leading provider of proactive identity theft protection services for consumers and identity risk and credit worthiness assessment for enterprises. Since we were founded in 2005, we have been pioneers in identity protection, leveraging unique data, science and ... Read more

LifeLock Reviews

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LifeLock President and CEO Hilary Schneider
Hilary Schneider
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  • "Missing it.. but wouldn't go back now that it's Symantec."

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    Former Employee - Implementation Analyst in Tempe, AZ
    Former Employee - Implementation Analyst in Tempe, AZ
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at LifeLock full-time (More than 5 years)

    Pros

    Excellent benefits and pay. Room for growth, but only if you have the right manager. Flexible work/life balance.

    Cons

    Managers and the "Good Ol' Boys" club, make it hard to get bonuses. There's no consistency among any of them. They also have no issues giving one person all of the workload.

    Advice to Management

    VP and up, you need to make things consistent with all managers and ensure they have the willpower to hold themselves to it.

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LifeLock Interviews

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    After nine interviews, being told by almost every interviewer that I would be a good fit and being asked for my references whom they never talked to, I was then told that they were passing on me because I didn't have identity protection experience. Hmm, wouldn't you think you might have included that in the job description or in the interview process? Even the recruiter knew it was not right. Now I see there's another HR role available - and not surprisingly, no mention of identity protection experience required. Go figure. If you are dishonest with candidates, are you also dishonest with your employees and customers? I won't be a Lifelock customer any time soon - not sure I could trust this company. With a great company now. Clearly, I dodged a bullet.

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Company Updates

  • Is your dad lax on security? Think about giving him a hand this weekend.

    This Father's Day, Consider Your Dad's Digital Security - LifeLock UnLocked

    Picture your dad. Now picture him connecting. Is he an early-adopter, device-always-in-hand kind of dad? Is he the type of dad who lives his life on Facebook? Is he at the opposite end of the spectrum - the dad who is highly uncomfortable shopping online (and by the way, still wants you to program the ...

  • Yep.

    Password Rage, It's a Thing - LifeLock UnLocked

    Given the frequency with which we're all asked to create, change, remember and - of course - use passwords these days, I suppose it was only inevitable that password rage (think road rage when you forget a password) would become "a thing." Results of a survey by Centrify, a U.K.

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