Apparently Stan is not at Citrix anymore. I haven't confirmed if it happened today or yesterday. I guess he took the fall (rightfully so, due to his position) for the hack that occurred. Grant, I am sure he was given several million, so he will be good. I'm sure some new CIO/CSO will come in and be more security minded than Stan was and make it where employees cant even work anymore.
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Better news will be when we all hear “ME has left the building...couldn’t lead his way out of a paper bag with a pair of scissors. Always around here taking credit for all the work done by others and talking behind everyone’s back.
"MO has left the building"
That;s the best news I read all month. #1 stan enabler and defnder
Agree with ME comments, sell you out for fun!
MO has left the building
What about MO, was he canned also?
Should have booted ME with him. Another subpar, incompetent leader who does nothing but micro manage us all into the ground. Another underperforming contributor protected by SB.
Was he ever the man?
Let the door hit you on the way out Stan.
Stan was a POS and had no skills except s—ing up to his masters. He would be fried in any real company but was able to continue his sick games due to lack of any oversight and any intelligent management.
SB just took advantage of the incompetence of the Citrix ELT and we all paid the price for it.
As it is he is laughing all the way to the bank and hanging out in the seedy bars of Miami...
Stan was a c—s—er who did all the ELT. It’s the only skill he had, g–boy.
Hey S, remember that party you threw after all those people were let go back in October 2017?? Guess who's partying now?
SB manage up very well. He was a master b.s. artist. MO is no different. guy has zero infosec experience. started here in physical security and now a sr dir of cyber. really? guy plays people like a puppets. was SB's little fixer.
Stan was an incompetent leader, who cultivated an environment that went against the longstanding core values of Citrix. Respect and integrity are the top two that come to mind. He brought in subpar leaders, demotivated high performing contributors that went on to assume managerial and impactful roles elsewhere. He Protected underperforming security contributors... What’s interesting, is that he lasted so long. But, I will say he managed “up” really well. I suspect the CIO/CISO roles will be split again. Looking at annual financial reports, Net income, YoY is moving at a snails pace. To the hard working people that remain, good luck. To Stan, go sale used cars or mobile homes.
"Take MO with you."
You gotta call me, man
I'll be the biggest fan you'll ever lose, sincerely yours, Stan
- S.: We should be together too
The only problem with that is too many employees have tenure of 10+ years and are in Florida. There are more with 15+ years and are still there.
There are no jobs out there! Also, the Santa Clara offices are pretty empty from what I heard.
He should have been holding hands walking out the door with several execs because of this security breach!
I bet there is currently talks of layoffs especially after that earnings call.... I know many that would be thrilled with a package!! Might want to send out a voluntary thread internally starting with the exec team.... 😂😂. Good luck Citrix friends!!! 🙏🏽
Adios Frenemy!! Take MO with you.
Will he be the only one ?
Just announced. I doubt any of those “other opportunities” that he is exploring will involve a job in security.