A Statement on Violence Against the Black Community from Owl Cyber Defense

A Statement on Violence Against the Black Community from Owl Cyber Defense


As we absorb our communities’ pain and anger, we must demand change from ourselves. The heartbreaking racial acts and injustices towards the Black community across this country is a disappointing reminder that we must try harder and do better by our African-American colleagues and community.

This harsh reality is challenging us to be better listeners, colleagues, partners, and allies for one another. In order to see a change in the outside world, we must start on the inside.

Owl has always enforced and followed an Affirmative Action Plan and Corporate Responsibility Policy, remaining an Equal Opportunity Employer and working to try to make sure no one is marginalized or left on the fringe.

We will continue to work individually and within the cybersecurity and high-tech industry to come together with a collective resolve to fill the gap in diversity among our colleagues for a better and more equal country. #BlackLivesMatter

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