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16 days ago

Senior Security Consultant Santa Clara CA

Cigital Santa Clara, CA

To apply for this position, submit your resume. Position Location: Santa Clara, CA Position Type: Full-time Reports to: Managing Consultant… Cigital


16 days ago

Security Consultant Santa Clara CA

Cigital Santa Clara, CA

To apply for this position, submit your resume. Position Location: Santa Clara, CA Position Type: Full Time Reports to: Managing Consultant… Cigital


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Cigital Chairman and CEO John L. Wyatt
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    15 years of experience ranging from research to consulting to management.

    • Comp & Benefits
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    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
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    Current Employee - ICTO  in  Dulles, VA (US)
    Current Employee - ICTO in Dulles, VA (US)

    I have been working at Cigital full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    The people's intelligence, breadth of knowledge, and their consistent willingness to help each other continues to keep me interested as well as challenges and educate me. A commitment to genuinely help customers improve their software security initiatives across a broad range of industries and maturities means not getting bored.

    The company rewards the self-starter who possesses ideas on how to improve things and makes bets on younger staff, fostering motivated people.

    Cons

    The organization's client-focus can frustrate those with truly innovative ideas which the client can't absorb. Those who would like opportunities given to them, well-defined and well-within their existing experience base (easy), will struggle. The culture does not cater to those who don't like to be challenged by their coworkers or management.

    Those looking for large amounts of entirely free-form time without direct business impact will be frustrated by a lack of support.

    Those coming into account or technical management positions who have previously run their own initiatives find Cigital's expectations high and difficult to achieve.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Management, growth oriented, could focus more time on fostering individuals who have trouble picking their own direction. They could also do a better job raising inter-region visibility into sharp peer mentors for more junior staff and connect these individuals where introverted personalities don't do this for themselves.

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