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24 days ago

Manager, Incident Response and Penetration Testing

FireEye Los Angeles, CA

• Manage clients and engagements • Market and develop new business opportunities • Lead security incident response investigations that… FireEye

24 days ago

Information Security Consultant - Entry Level

FireEye Los Angeles, CA

Youll learn from incident response experts. We wrote the book literally! We investigate national security threats, help large companies respond to… FireEye

24 days ago

Senior Consultant, Incident Response and Penetration Testing

FireEye Los Angeles, CA

• Participate in security incident response investigations that involve computer crimes and require log, forensic and malware analysis • Support… FireEye

24 days ago

Strategic Account Manager

FireEye Los Angeles, CA

FireEyes disruption in the IT security industry has been all over media outlets such as in BusinessWeek, Bloomberg TV, The Wall Street Journal, Fox… FireEye

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    Amazing tech to work with.
    Benefits are decent. Comparable to what's in the market. They do need to start matching, though.
    Intelligent colleagues who all have some type of personality. No dull folks, here.
    Honorable Mission against cyber attacks.


    Do not practice agile, enough.
    401K match not offered, yet.
    Some employees just starting a family needs to have more flexibility (i.e: More leeway to work remotely).
    No free lunches daily, unlike the folks at Milpitas.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Practice agile MORE. Enough of this hybrid nonsense. Apparently, it's not really working. Engineering management need better coordination between Dev and QA. Other than that, keep doing what you're doing so far. Future outlook is bright.

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