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I have been working at FireEye full-time (More than a year)
Market leading technology and services - I never have any problem standing up for our products against competitors.
National security-mission focused
Company getting its groove back and is focusing on the right areas
Widely scattered team members makes hitting our stride more challenging
Advice to Management
I feel like recruiting the specialized talent needed to stay ahead of the pack in both hardware component engineering and in consulting services is the biggest strategic threat the company faces. We have great people and we have to keep recruiting ever more of them. I suspect this is discussed at the highest levels, but I'm concerned that inability to recruit enough is going to hamper our growth and reputation.
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 5+ months. I interviewed at FireEye (Washington, DC (US)) in October 2015.
Interview process was five months long. This involved multiple phone interviews: first with the recruiter, second with the team lead, and third with a team member. I had a good experience interviewing with FireEye but did not get processed further due to lack of technical experience. In the meantime, FireEye acquired iSight so the company's intelligence practice grew exponentially.