Mission: A new reality is emerging as we connect more Things to the Internet. Troves of data are being collected and analyzed, usually by large monopolists.
A boundless world awaits where this data can be put to good use, but specific safeguards must be taken to protect ...
I have been working at Intertrust Technologies full-time (More than 10 years)
I've been with company for 10+ years. This is always a good sign. People here work really hard, but its also a fun environment. The CEO and CTO are super smart, but also really kind and generous to everyone working there. They make you want to do your best and are always encouraging growth. In short, it's a good place to work. It’s a basically a pretty good environment and because of the low turnover, there are strong bonds and friendships formed at work.
There seems to be an imbalance of chiefs versus employees, which can be quite stressful. Although the benefits are great for a company of its size, it would be great if we had a matching of a 401k plan.
Advice to Management
Need more organizational structure so everyone is working like a well-oiled machine.
I applied online. I interviewed at Intertrust Technologies in February 2017.
- The recruiter contacted on email and setup a Skype interview with hiring managers who was based in India. After just 5 minutes of the call, the interviewer said that he has to rush for production issue and he will reschedule the call which is fine but there was no follow up from their side for 2 days. I had to close this loop by asking the recruiter that if they want to proceed with the interview or not. Then the recruiter scheduled it again. Now the second time, the hiring manager didn't even turn up for the Skype call ! I waited for 10 minutes and then wrote back to recruiter after which they scheduled it for the third time with another person. Finally that interview happened but it felt like the interviewer didn't have sufficient knowledge about the things and he was trying to learn from me and just repeating what I say like a student asks a tutor.
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