Where do you work?

LizanoLizano Posts: 230Member ■■■□□□□□□□
Hey guys,

Just thought this might be an interesting post, to know where we all work, I don't know maybe we can exchange tips on how we got our positions and stuff like that or how you started up your company for those that own one. Hope it's not a repost.

I'm currently a NOC engineer at a company called RealLinx, previously worked for HP.

How bout you guys?

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  • shodownshodown Posts: 2,271Member
    its cool to do a thing like this, but I don't recommend putting out too much personal info. Like you for instance we already know you live in Costa Rica and work as a NOC engineer. A clever person could run with that and find who you are. I think people should only let those who they trust with info like that.
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  • coffeekingcoffeeking Posts: 305Member ■■■■□□□□□□
    shodown wrote: »
    its cool to do a thing like this, but I don't recommend putting out too much personal info. Like you for instance we already know you live in Costa Rica and work as a NOC engineer. A clever person could run with that and find who you are. I think people should only let those who they trust with info like that.

    showdown, you have got to be working in InfoSec with that kind of mindset, but I totally agree; good point. if someone was to stalk you, forums and discussion boards would be the first place they would start and surprisingly they can actually get to you most of the times.
  • vColevCole Posts: 1,574Member
    I won't mention the real name of my company(s)

    But I work for two biomedical companies. One who makes medical grade tubing/optical fiber coating/coextruded polyimide tubing/etc. and another who makes biomedical Polymers and PGA Compounders. icon_thumright.gif
  • dynamikdynamik Posts: 12,314Banned ■■■■■■■■□□
    shodown wrote: »
    its cool to do a thing like this, but I don't recommend putting out too much personal info. Like you for instance we already know you live in Costa Rica and work as a NOC engineer. A clever person could run with that and find who you are. I think people should only let those who they trust with info like that.

    I really wouldn't expect to maintain too much anonymity on a public forum. Any one of us would probably be fairly easy to track down ;)
  • BokehBokeh Posts: 1,636Member ■■■■■■■□□□
    Track down, run over, hide the evidence
  • LizanoLizano Posts: 230Member ■■■□□□□□□□
    Well it's true, maybe let's not actually name the company or something like that. I'm just not that concerned about being anonymous, many users in this forum know who I am...
  • msteinhilbermsteinhilber Posts: 1,480Member ■■■■■■■■□□
    dynamik wrote: »
    I really wouldn't expect to maintain too much anonymity on a public forum. Any one of us would probably be fairly easy to track down ;)

    No way, how would anybody be able to learn where I work if I remained anonymous and just said I work for the largest real estate firm by size and sales volume in Wisconsin???

    Seriously though, if anybody is really that concerned with their anonymity they should just unplug their PC's from any form of Internet and build a box in their house surrounded by chicken wire (it worked for Gene Hackman in Enemy of the State!).
  • cbigbrickcbigbrick Posts: 284Member
    I work for one of the DC area beltway bandit’s that has a contract with one of the US Departments as a security engineer. Vague enough???
    And in conclusion your point was.....???

    Don't get so upset...it's just ones and zeros.
  • networker050184networker050184 Posts: 11,962Mod Mod
    In a van down by the river.....
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  • NightShade03NightShade03 Posts: 1,383Member ■■■■■■■□□□
    cbigbrick wrote: »
    I work for one of the DC area beltway bandit’s that has a contract with one of the US Departments as a security engineer. Vague enough???

    Can I have your job? icon_wink.gif
  • Forsaken_GAForsaken_GA Posts: 4,024Member
    I work for a web hosting company that enjoys a very good reputation in the adult entertainment industry.
  • shodownshodown Posts: 2,271Member
    dynamik wrote: »
    I really wouldn't expect to maintain too much anonymity on a public forum. Any one of us would probably be fairly easy to track down ;)


    I agree with you, but you can always make it harder just don't' give yourself up.
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  • XcluzivXcluziv Posts: 513Member
    sounds intriguing and interesting...lol....icon_wink.gif
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  • Forsaken_GAForsaken_GA Posts: 4,024Member
    Xcluziv wrote: »
    sounds intriguing and interesting...lol....icon_wink.gif

    Yeah, everyone thinks so until you're forced to look at some sites during the course of your job and realize the adult industry doesn't discriminate.

    If someone puts in a ticket and says that their streaming flash doesn't work, there are some sites where I just find a point on the screen and focus on it and just watch for motion in my peripheral to make sure the video is still playing.
  • cbigbrickcbigbrick Posts: 284Member
    Can I have your job? icon_wink.gif

    No but we do have openings.
    And in conclusion your point was.....???

    Don't get so upset...it's just ones and zeros.
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