Mission: To protect the world from advanced cyber attacks
Members of the FireEye HR team celebrated the holidays in style with a white elephant gift exchange and ugly sweater contest. Wishing you a wonderful holiday season!
2018 is around the corner and we are searching for great candidates to join our organization. Learn about the 2018 Global Security Predictions from FireEye experts and apply to help us fight evil
I have been working at FireEye full-time (More than 3 years)
FireEye is a fantastic place to work so long as you possess the right work ethic. If you are willing to work hard and go the extra mile, you will do well. Benefits include funding for additional training, flexible working, free drinks / snacks and time-off for philanthropic activities, as well as the usual health/dental and pension.
After a challenging year in 2016 the general consensus is that, having made some adjustments, the company is back on the right track. An influx of fresh talent (notably the appointment of Kevin Taylor as EMEA VP) has undoubtedly helped improve morale and engagement throughout the EMEA team.
Unless you work in one of the core office locations (Cork, Ireland for EMEA) you will likely find yourself working remotely much of the time; something to consider if you prefer a busier office environment. The UK office in Reading is a good facility but often very quiet.
Advice to Management
Continue to reward existing employees, including support staff as well as top performers in sales
I applied online. I interviewed at FireEye (Draper, UT) in September 2017.
Interview consisted of a phone interview, and a face-to-face interview. The face-to-face interview was grueling and an individual interviewer named Rich was not friendly at all. The panel format of the interview was very difficult as you essentially had 4 individuals questioning you at once.