Diary of an acquisition: the employee view

I’m thinking to start a few series of post to make a short story of how i lived cisco’s Iron port acquisition. the problem here is I would not be able to tell everything I would like, I still have some obligation towards my old company, but i hope that some of the feeling would comes out somehow.

It was an hard trip, funny, interesting, sad, exciting and so on… but at the end I have to say I’m glad I lived it I’m glad I’m out of it. 😛

so I will try to recollect my memories and try to put some senses to this tripp trying to describe it. hope nobody be pissed off, lol 🙂

comment are really appreciated 😉

see you soon

Antonio Ieranò
CSO, Cyber Security Architect, technical evangelist, consultant, writer, journalist and trainer
I am a Security Manager and architect, CSO, BDM, marketing specialist, and tech evangelist with over 20 years of experience serving as a community liaison, subject matter expert, and high-profile trainer for key technologies and solutions. My experience includes acting as the public face of Huawei technology and before Cisco security technologies; leading pan-European technical teams in development of new Cisco security products; and serving as a key public speaker and trainer on behalf of new high-tech products. My expertise spans IT development and implementation, marketing strategy, legal issues, and budget / financial management.

Specialties and Executive Expertise
IT Strategy, Technical Audits, Enterprise Architecture & Applications, Technical Sales Liaison, Solution Architecture, Network Design, Architecture, & Security, Vulnerability Assessment & Management, Systems Engineering, Data Privacy, Cloud Computing, Marketing Strategy, Budget Management, Social Media Marketing, High-Impact Presentations,incident handling, Forensics, Italian companies, Authentication, Infrastructure security, Security manager, Security issues, Attacks, Security infrastructure, Data encryption

Security and Technical Advisoring
Project Management
Business Development and Marketing

To the official site of Related Posts via Taxonomies.

CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 Diary of an acquisition: the employee view by The Puchi Herald Magazine is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.