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Based on 213 responses, the job of Information Security Officer has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.77 out of 5. On average, Information Security Officers are highly satisfied with their job.
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February 2019
"Just ohk."
Information Security Officer in Johannesburg:
Pros: Culture
Cons: Recognitions not done fairly
July 2020
"International community with opportunities."
Information Security Officer in The Hague:
Pros: It is an international community with many opportunities is many different labour markets.
Cons: Traffic. It is the most densely populated city in the Netherlands, which is the most densely populated country of Europe. Traffic gets crazy.
July 2017
"Unprofessional managers, but good pay."
Information Security Officer in Toronto:
There is no room for great ideas and innovation here. Often, there is not even room for arguments and contractors are threatened to get fired on a daily basis when they challenge an idea. 1- Learn to go with your manager's direction (even if it makes no sense) until his idea fails, only then you're allowed to try your idea, because it's their last resort. 2- Contractors have ZERO recognition. Managers get the recognition when things are good and they try to keep you hidden from meetings etc..., but when things go bad, contractors are held accountable, not managers! That's the only time where you're introduced to others... 3- Managers lack the vision and professionalism; expect to be shocked by their communication skills. 4- Overall, only work here for financial benefits - the culture and environment aren't healthy and there's absolutely no room for career growth.
August 2017
"Dubuque is community."
Information Security Officer in Dubuque:
Pros: There are a lot of cultural and family things to do in Dubuque. You can live outside of the city and easily commute in. Being close to Illinois and Wisconsin broadens the range of events and scenery at your fingertips. There are great coffee shops, good restaurants, and the traffic is not bad.
Cons: Depending on where you work (e.g. Downtown) parking is a hot commodity. And employers tend to think they can pay you less than you're worth because Dubuque isn't a large city.
January 2018
"San Diego is a fantastic place to live!"
Information Security Officer in San Diego:
Pros: The weather!
Cons: The cost of living is outrageous
February 2018
"Opportunity in my Homeland."
Information Security Officer in Chennai:
Pros: Hope for admiration to Hard-work and sincerity
Cons: Metro Environment
November 2018
"Working in McLean, VA."
Information Security Officer in McLean:
Pros: Environment, public transportation, shopping
Cons: Distance (30 miles from home)