Mission: At RSA, we believe in challenging the established mindsets, approaches, and product categories in the information security industry. Every product that we deliver to market is based on a core set of principles grounded in the major paradigm shifts in play and the implications ...
RSA provides more than 30,000 customers around the world take command of their security posture by partnering to build and implement business-driven security strategies. With RSA’s award-winning products, organizations can effectively detect, investigate, and respond to advanced attacks; confirm and manage identities; and ultimately, reduce IP theft, fraud, and cybercrime. Becoming part of RSA means joining a company of diverse individuals from all backgrounds spanning 35 global locations who are driven self-starters leading the cybersecurity industry. At RSA, we know that in order for the world to change, security needs to change. We have to continually innovate and advance our solutions, so that your information can always be secured.
RSA offers a suite of products and services including The RSA NetWitness® Suite, RSA SecurID® Suite, and RSA Archer® Suite.
RSA NetWitness® Suite: provides comprehensive visibility into networks, endpoints, and identities delivered through the industry’s most effective and complete investigative workbench for detecting attacks and initiating response.
RSA SecurID® Suite: provides an integrated, end-to-end identity solution that allows organizations to confirm and manage identities and provide secure and convenient access from the endpoint to the cloud.
RSA Archer® Suite: is a GRC platform that provides a common framework to manage risk and compliance in business context.
RSA Fraud Prevention: solutions help organizations protect their customers - from the Web to the mobile device - against advanced cybercrime threats.
At RSA, we encourage employees to balance their work and personal lives with various offerings. We also encourage our employees to engage and drive inclusion as well as be socially involved in their communities by sponsoring three service days per year.
Some affinity circles include:
Women's Leadership Forum - This organization creates business value by providing a community for employees to offer advice, support, experiences, best practices, and laughs.
Asian Circle - a support network and knowledge base for Asian and Asian-American employees. It comprises a growing membership and a dedicated team of Asian Circle leaders.
Veterans & Their Supporters - Veterans and Supporters (VeTS) is an inclusive diversity circle that aims to support veterans of all branches within the armed forces. Members may be veterans, Reserve or National Guard members, family members of a veteran or simply an individual who desires to support members.
Multigenerational Employee Circle - This community is open to all employees who want to understand and embrace the generational workforce differences that ultimately drive organizational success.
EMC Latin Leadership Interest Team - This organization provides a forum for Latin and other interested professionals to network and present programs and offerings that represent the perspective and needs of the Latin community.
To learn more about our complete list of circles:
What’s next out there? You tell us. RSA is a team that is changing the way organizations take on the most sophisticated security threats in the world.
Internships and CO-OP’s: For graduate or undergraduate students who are looking for three, six or eight month assignments in specific areas of study.
Entry Level Development Programs: Focused career programs targeted to high achieving recent graduates with a goal of increasing their opportunities which includes our Global Services Associate Program. This program is focused on skills growth, increasing knowledge and developing leadership attributes.
Scholars Program: RSA Conference Security Scholar Program connects the brightest up-and-coming cybersecurity students with leading experts, peers and conference attendees. The goal is to share knowledge, experience and connections to enrich the course on how to stay ahead of cyber threats.
At RSA we are a worldwide recognized security company that provides 30,000 customers with essential security capabilities to protect their most valuable assets from cyber threats.
We live by values that support our actions every day and in everything we do.
DO THE RIGHT THING – by our customers, employees, and shareholders...think long-term, but take action with a sense of urgency.
WHAT WE DO MATTERS – our work makes a difference in the world.
WE GIVE A DAMN – about our customers, about what we’re doing, about each other...we’re in this together.
WE ARE A FUN COMPANY– building cool products with technical insight that help our customers solve meaningful problems.
RSA has been recognized for our commitment to creating the best working environment possible and for valuing diversity in the workplace.
At RSA we offer world class benefits, highly competitive salaries, bonus programs, and a rewarding work environment. We have been recognized for valuing diversity in the workplace and has established several diversity circles.
There are opportunities for women in growth and development and many in leadership positions. They try to be communicative with what is going on in the company (like with the recent acquisition). Flexible when it comes to work-life balance.
Still have to see what happens post-Dell acquisition.
Advice to Management
Continue with culture development.
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at RSA Security (Bedford, MA).
Their recruiter reached out to me for this position, which would be remote. The next week, I had a phone screen with the hiring manager, followed by 4(!) phone screens with team members. About a week or two later, I went on-site at their HQ to interview with 6 or so people in succession. After that, the hiring manager asked for work samples, while the recruiter requested that I go to a local field office to meet with a VP based in my region. We were in the process of scheduling that when the recruiter let me know that although the hiring manager was very interested in me, the headcount had been reallocated, and that RSA therefore could not make me an offer. The recruiter offered to connect me with a different hiring manager and I did a phone screen with her, but she passed on me saying she was only interested in local candidates.
Generally the people I met with were pleasant, professional, and competent. I am giving this a negative review because of 1) the number of interviews I had to complete, and 2) the frustrating nature of the final outcome.