Author: Peter Andrada

Peter Andrada Peter Andrada is Senior Engineer, Information Technology, at McAfee. In this role, he is responsible for executive support, special projects, technology evangelism, and teaching Online Safety to parents and kids. A 13-year veteran, Andrada joined McAfee in 2000 as desktop support Engineer for McAfee, where he helped lead the development of improved internal customer support, such as hosting "Innovation Hour" events and driving new technology projects. Most recently, he served as Senior Engineer in worldwide IT. Prior to joining McAfee, Andrada worked at Secure Computing Corporation. In his last position, he was the executive support IT Engineer and ran the IT support for APAC. Andrada lives in San Jose, California, with his wife and two children. He enjoys playing guitar, combative sports, running and his family.

Co-Authored by Stacy Conner, Director of Global Channel Marketing at Intel Security Hi, it’s Stacey Conner and Peter Andrada coming to you live from the cafeteria of HQ Intel Security wishing we could trade the Coke Freestyle machine for a live barista. Many of us parents out there are looking for some silver bullet solution to […]

On Sunday June 7th, Women of AT&T hosted G.I.F.T. – Girls in Future Technology day.  It was an amazing all-day hands-on learning and networking experience for young women organized by Christine Kingsley, Michelle Hemenway both of AT&T, Brenda Gabel of the Girl Scouts, and others.  And impossible without the 29 volunteers listed on the program. […]

At Intel Security, we’re on a mission to make a difference. And when we stop to think about that mission and where we can make the biggest impact, our hearts always land on the community. Across the globe, the communities where we live and work provide us with so much on a daily basis. It’s […]

Saturday, June 21st, was an exciting day! I am so glad to have been a part of the San Jose City Council and the San Jose Police Department’s (SJPD) first ever STOP IT! (I.D. Theft) Symposium, a new symposium that addresses both prevention and recovery from identity theft. The event was held at Branham High […]

I recently came across a term that was new to me–Anamorphic Illusions.   These illusions are visually incredible! And here I am on THE INTERNET (dun dun duuuuun!) looking up the definition of this word, even when I can plainly see by the artist’s work that it is both amazing and confusing. If you look up […]