Security programs have evolved to address a range of use cases, typically resulting in a variety of point solutions deployed for defense-in-depth. Targeted attacks represent a more acute challenge, whereby adversaries establish an attack infrastructure consisting of tools, tactics, and procedures that have been specifically designed to bypass traditional security measures.
The RSA Advanced Cyber Defense Practice helps safeguard the organizational mission by focusing on the protection of high-value assets, which are the object of targeted attacks, and by reducing breach exposure time. The portfolio also addresses the development of incident-handling processes and procedures, and the automation of related workflows, which drives operational efficiencies. Finally, Advanced Cyber Defense emphasizes solution components that can adapt as attacker tools, tactics, and procedures evolve: By focusing on content, threat, and analytic data-gathering capabilities and information, the services enable customers to generate actionable intelligence.
The aggregation and analysis of threat data are key counter measures, facilitating the development of proactive indicators of compromise and enabling tracking of various adversaries and attack techniques. These capabilities enable the organization to evolve from a reactive stance to a more proactive advanced-cyber-defense posture.
Founded as an independent company in 1982, RSA Security, Inc. was acquired by EMC Corporation in 2006 and operates as a division within EMC.
At EMC, we know that a single idea can ultimately grow to change lives, conventions and the way the world does business. That’s why we’re always on the lookout for the biggest thinkers and the most innovative minds on campus and around the world. So if you’re curious about what you can do, given the right opportunity and company, you’re in the right place right now.
EMC employees actively participate in Community Involvement Committees. These committees support health, human services and arts programs, as well as disaster relief efforts in the communities where we operate. Formal Community Involvement Committees has been introduced at our locations in California, Massachusetts, Minnesota and North Carolina. Employees around the world also participate in activities in their communities through locally organized initiatives. EMC offers a variety of programs encouraging employees and partners to reach out and give back. Some of the programs include: Community Partnerships, Disaster Relief and EMC Gives Back.
In addition to EMC’s concern with the global community, we also strive to create a comfortable environment for all of our employees by utilizing a variety of tools and programs that foster personal and company development.
Diversity councils — Our executive team participates in business-specific diversity councils for our major business units. We have nine councils in all-each with the mission of sustaining an environment of innovation and inclusion and of making EMC the best place to work. The company’s competency models, used throughout EMC, define behaviors and actions that reflect this same mission.
Working mothers — For new and expecting mothers, EMC is rolling out a new workshop series and exercise program designed to make going on leave and returning to work less stressful. This workshop informs and establishes dialog with the women about the perks, policies, and opportunities available to them. In addition, all EMC benefits representatives have guidelines on the benefits and needs of women going on maternity leave, so they can service new and expecting mothers swiftly and effectively.
Other programs — In all, EMC policies and practices incorporate the company’s vision of creating a diverse workforce where employees can balance the needs of their careers and personal lives—a commitment reflected in these workplace programs and characteristics:
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At EMC, we look for the best and the brightest. We hire, develop and reward
high-potential candidates with demonstrated academic achievement, proven
aptitude and leadership potential, and a track record of success. Your ideas, creative problem-solving abilities and drive can take you to unimaginable places at EMC. But first, you have to get here. So learn more about our Associate Programs, Development Programs, and Intern/Co-op Programs.
Associate Training Programs
Fast-track your career in customer responsiveness or sales as a member of one of our Associate Training programs. Gain the skills, knowledge and leadership qualities you need in a way that only a leading-edge, award-winning world leader can provide.
Development Programs: Unleash the Power of Your Potential
Finding tomorrow's leaders, today. Select individuals can take advantage of our Development Programs designed to accelerate career growth and increase opportunities for high performing/high potential employees. Rotational in nature, these programs culminate with participants accepting a full-time role in either Business Operations, Finance, Global Services Organizations, Human Resources, IT, Engineering, or Marketing.
Paid Internships and Cooperative Opportunities
Can you call it work if you're having fun? That's just one of the many questions you'll have to answer as a paid EMC intern or co-op student. If you're looking to enjoy a new level of achievement, to advance new ideas in technology, and, dare we say it, to have a lot of fun along the way—come to EMC. Here, you'll work on challenging projects that will make the most of your academic achievement.
Positions are offered in three-, six-, and eight-month terms throughout the year. To be eligible, you must be a graduate student or undergraduate enrolled in a formal cooperative program at an accredited college or university. Students receive credit and grades for their cooperative assignments.
Take on exciting assignments and projects in specific fields of study. Most internships are offered full-time during the summer months. However, programs are also available during winter break and part-time during the school year.
EMC Academic Alliance
EMC Academic Alliance is a collaboration with global educational institutions that is working to address this dilemma. The program is designed to prepare the next generation of IT professionals and provide the industry with a strong pipeline of graduates who will be well-positioned for IT roles as the landscape of storage, Cloud Computing and Big Data continues to grow and evolve.
More than 750 institutions, representing more than 40 countries, are members of the Academic Alliance. In 2011, 250 new universities and colleges joined from over 20 countries. More than 50,000 students received education on Information Storage and Management in 2011, and over 80,000 students have been reached since the program launched in 2006.
EMC employs approximately 53,500 people worldwide. We are represented by approximately 400 sales offices and scores of partners in more than 85 countries around the world. We have the world's largest sales and service force focused on information infrastructure, and we work closely with a global network of technology, outsourcing, systems integration, service, and distribution partners.
EMC values an inclusive work environment where every employee is encouraged to share their ideas and talents so we can leverage our diversity. From our diversity, EMC draws the strength to be a world-class company.EMC is committed to creating an environment of inclusion that has many dimensions—cross-geography, cross-organization, and across traditional lines of differences, such as gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, and race.
Promoting and leveraging diversity at a grass-roots level, EMC has a number of employee circles-groups organized and run by employees themselves. Supported and funded by our leadership team, these affinity groups provide employees the opportunity to participate and self-lead by arranging social, educational, and philanthropic programs for their colleagues. Additionally, the circles allow employees to share their personal experiences and collective talents, while offering the benefits of career development, retention, and productivity improvement. We are committed to acting in a socially and environmentally responsible manner and to being an attentive and thoughtful neighbor in our local and global communities. We score at the top, or near the top, of regional rankings of the best places to work.
Accelerate your career as you help reinvent the value and impact of information for business everywhere. We’re leading our customers and partners on their journey to hybrid cloud computing by enabling them to store, manage, protect, and analyze their information assets in a more agile, trusted, and cost-efficient way.
At our core is a commitment to workplace diversity, the sustainability of our planet, and community corporate involvement.
EMC offers highly competitive salaries, bonus programs, world-class benefits, and unparalleled growth and development opportunities—all to create a compelling and rewarding work environment. We hope you’ll join us.
At EMC, you receive world-class benefits aimed at helping you and your family maintain a healthy lifestyle, achieve a work-life balance, manage your finances, plan for retirement, and live a less stressful life. Some of our many employee benefits include flexible work schedules, commuter and work-at-home benefits, on-site cafeterias and fitness centers, college admission coaching for your children, and cash reimbursement for outside health club/health equipment/sports expenses.
EMC also offers 529 College Investment plans, 401K plans, employee stock purchase plans, adoption assistance programs, commuter benefits for offsetting the costs of public transportation, and more.
EMC has been recognized for our commitment to creating the best working environment possible and for valuing diversity in the workplace.
Recent awards include:
- First place ranking in IT and third overall on Training Magazine's list of the top employer-sponsored workforce training and development companies.
- Placement on BusinessWeek’s best places to launch a career list.
- Recognition by Fortune magazine as the only technology company among the world's ten most admired companies for product and service quality.
- Second ranking by Electronic Design—second only to Apple—on their list of best employers for electronic design professionals.
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I worked at RSA Security
Great culture and interesting management
None I really enjoyed working here
Advice to Management
Keep it up, good training program
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at RSA Security (Bedford, MA).
The process took almost 2 weeks. Interviewed with WebEx call and it lasted for almost 1 hour 15 minutes. I interviewed people from technical team. It was a panel of 3 people.
- - Some reflection concepts - Few basic .net questions: Finalizer and Dispose; Boxing and Unboxing; MS Automation test; Palindrome string; - some MVVM framework. - They asked few questions on Automation test-fakes, Agile methodology and more technical questions. Answer Question
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