Posted by Anton Aylward
I was saddened to hear of an InfoSec colleague who met with overwhelming frustration at work:
After two years of dealing with such nonsense, I was forced to resign
within two months of discovering a serious security issue which possibly
jeopardized overseas operations. I have since found out that they are
selling the company and didn't want any who knew the problems around.
Speaking as an auditor who occasionally does "due diligence" with respect to take-overs, you've just shown another use for LinkedIn - contacting ex-employees to find out about such problems.
Certainly a lot of employees leaving or being fired in the couple of years before the pending acquisition is a red flags, eh?
I am currently available to offer InfoSec & GRC audit and consulting services through my company - System Integrity
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