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CISO in Software, 51 - 200 employees
The best tech company... definitely Armis. Where else can you see everything on your network and the security posture? I don't know any other tool that does that.
VP, Chief Security & Compliance Officer in Software, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
The best tech company, actually I don't think is a tech company. The best company is ISSQUARED. They're the best current consulting company that does a fantastic job interpreting the deployment of technology. Technology companies sell you products as if they're standalone and don't need to be integrated across your existing tech and technical debt. So, I like ISSQUARED. I think they really understand the identity space and what it takes to deploy the solution across multiple systems that don't really handshake very well.
Chief Information Security Officer in Healthcare and Biotech, 501 - 1,000 employees
In terms of the best tech company I can relate to, especially this comes from one of the biggest pain points that I had before I moved into Collective Health, is the open source. I was looking for something which is more developer centric. If you're a security professional, one thing you would see is there's a lot of friction with broader engineering org. If you don't actually get to the people who are actually executing on the risks that you identified, you're not really getting the job done. For me, that was the topmost criteria before going into that open source space.

I found a company called Snyk. They deliver a pretty good product. They have a number of services within their platform. They're in the process of building this comprehensive model of doing everything in terms of open source security and product security, and provide that as a service. That's the best tech company I can think of, at least at this time. That keeps evolving.
VP, Director of Cyber Incident Response in Finance (non-banking), 10,001+ employees
My favorite technology right now is from DJI. I just got one of their Mavic 2 Pro drones. These guys have thought of everything. I didn't know some of the features that were in this thing and I've researched drones to kingdom come. There's this little light on the bottom of the drone, so that it can pick up the ground and know, spatially, where it is, when it's coming in to land. I'm really impressed with DJI's technology. I haven't fully put the drone through its paces yet, but I'm excited for some of the follow-me sorts of things that the drone will do. It's got a spotlight feature so that it will stay out in front and it will move around and keep the subject in line. It seems to do a really good job based on the YouTube videos that I've seen.
Sr. Director of Enterprise Security in Software, 5,001 - 10,000 employees
It's hard to say. I moved up here in the late '90s dot com era, when someone asks me what is the best tech company, I'm like, "Yahoo." Now I'm like, "Nah, I don't know." That's really the answer. But if I had to pick, I'd say LinkedIn when Jeff was the CEO. Definitely one of my most admired leaders out there... most admired companies. I’ve seen him talk a bunch of times and always been really, really impressed with what he had to say. I'd put him up there on my most admired list.
President and National Managing Principal in Software, 501 - 1,000 employees
I definitely get to see a lot of cool technologies at our clients.  As a career security professional, I love seeing companies that take a different approach to security monitoring and management. As an unrelaetd aside, my current favorite technology company would have to be Anova. They make the electronic Sous Vide devices that you can cook with. The Anova Sous Vide, it's wireless now. You look up a recipe, you say, "This is what I want to make. It turns it on, gets the water to the right temperature, sends you alerts when things are done and so forth. So pretty cool stuff.
CEO in Services (non-Government), Self-employed
Best tech, since I have two blue stripes on my left arm and a third on the right side, I would have to say IBM is best.

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