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7 days ago

Security Consultant

Cigital Addison, TX

As Cigital engages with clients in the application of our software security… Cigital


30+ days ago

Senior Security Consultant

Cigital Addison, TX

Cigital is looking for a full-time Senior Security Consultant based at our office in Dallas, Texas (Addison) to work with customers in the Southwest… Cigital


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    I worked at Cigital full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    The laid-back atmosphere is very appealing. There's no set schedule for when you need to arrive or when you can go home, but that's how it should be with adults. Everyone generally gets along and helps one another. The rapport can be seen during events like Tech Fair and the holiday parties. Compensation is decent, but it depends on if you will negotiate when you're given an offer. Work life balance is decent because you can work from home. Time off was fair and you also could work from any location. Established company, but younger workforce made it seem new.

    Cons

    Lots of egos. When you're working with many intelligent people, this is bound to happen but it got out of control at times. There's also a lack of trust in that anything told to management is repeated and it has a tendancy to come back with a spin of negativity. Underperformers aren't given guidance, so they are either allowed to continue with poor performance or (very rarely) they are let go. Interns are often given offers too soon before their performance can be determined. The interview process, for me, was annoying. A quick HR call asking if I was legal to work in the US and then I was passed off to another person who emailed/called me for the next few interviews. Brought onsite for a few interviews and then given a offer. I appreciate the fast responses, but I felt like it was rushed so they could just fill the spot. There was no new hire orientation process, but I spoke with a representative that walked me through everything so that was okay. Overall, it just felt really disorganized.

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    It is pretty widely discussed that you're wanting to sell the company within a few years. It makes job security seem a little sketchy. The benefits were good (not that I used them).

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