Senior Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Elmwood Park, IL – October 22, 2013
I've worked 5+ years on the sales team at InfoSec and I have felt at home here. Interesting work, great clients from all over the world attend training, and solid management team that makes good decisions but does not hold onto the occasional bad decision. Fun relaxed work atmosphere with limited red tape and bs.
Good compensation, great training to sell
Everyone works hard so it is hard to distinguish yourself
Sales (Current Employee) – Madison, WI – May 9, 2017
I've been with the company for the past three years. This is the first company that I've worked with that has the ability to see you for your true potential and puts you in a position to act on that potential. The upper management and CEO are great people and are pushing hard to ensure the company is at the forefront of innovation within the industry. The culture is that of a growing tech company (in a good way). If you want to do well here you have to work hard. There are no short cuts or ways around this but the management works very hard to empower you to do and be your best.
Location, Culture, Pay, Training
Fast growing company requires hard work in an ever-changing environment (cons to some).
Senior Sales Executive (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – October 30, 2016
My job is to produce sales and I did not need to worry about the operations and delivery of our services. The operations team would handle all aspects of the service delivery and that allowed me to focus on selling. This is a great benefit to focus my attention on the customer's needs and providing the proper solution to those needs.
Admin (Current Employee) – Elmwood Park, IL – August 30, 2016
I have been with InfoSec for two years and they have made a lot of changes. We got 401k, vision, dental and life along with bi-weekly payroll. This is a great industry and a great time to be in this industry as it continues to grow. There is a lot work since it has been growing so much.
Benefits are better than most larger companies I have worked for.
HR (Current Employee) – Madison, WI – June 3, 2015
I have worked for InfoSec Institute for about a year now. This is a very established, successful company that feels like a start-up (which seems like the best of both worlds to me.)
There is no red tape or typical office bureaucracy here. You want to talk to an upper level manager? Go in their office and talk to them. Everyone here is friendly, nice and accommodating.
You know how there is almost always that one employee who brings their bad attitude/mood to work with them and takes it out on everyone else? Not here, no sir! It's just not a company where that would happen, everyone is pretty relaxed.
Great work/life balance, and very family oriented. This isn't a place where you'll climb a corporate ladder, but this is definitely a place for personal growth. I've learned a lot here, and have been happy with the compensation, growth and stability my job and InfoSec Institute offers.
Overall, highly recommend.
Laid back, flexible, great work/life balance, compensation
Lacks benefits and perks that larger companies would have.
Senior Account Manager (Former Employee) – Madison, WI – May 6, 2015
The job culture was OK, if you don't mind a telesales/telemarketing type atmosphere. Required to make at least 70 calls/day which isn't difficult. Was threatened to be fired after 3 weeks if I "didn't step up my game.' On a holiday weekend, no less. They pay you ONCE/month which is why I left and, as I write this-30 days after I left and almost a week after my paycheck should have been deposited into my account-I haven't received it. I understood the commission being distributed once a month but your entire PAYCHECK??? Also was informed that MOST of the sales team made about $70k but after the 6 weeks I was there it was evident that it wasn't even close to being the case. I didn't get a chance to know the CEO too well but seemed like he had the company moving in the right direction from what I could see.
Laid back atmosphere
Pay-average at best (when you get it), communication lack thereof, micro-managed.