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 John N. Stewart

John N. Stewart

Senior Vice President, Chief Security and Trust Officer

John N. Stewart formed and leads Cisco's Security and Trust Organization, underscoring Cisco's commitment to address two key issues in boardrooms and on the minds of top leaders around the globe. Under John's leadership, the team's core missions are to protect Cisco's public and private customers, enable and ensure the Cisco Secure Development Lifecycle and Trustworthy Systems efforts across Cisco's entire mature and emerging solution portfolio, and to protect Cisco itself from the never-ending, and always evolving, cyber threats.

Throughout his 25-year career, Stewart has led or participated in security initiatives ranging from elementary school IT design to national security programs. In addition to his role at Cisco,...


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04/17/2015

Global Security Challenges and New Security Technology Tools

By Gail Bronson
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Global Security Challenges and New Security Technology Tools

04/17/2015 By Gail Bronson

With technology advancements come more security threats and in today's changing security landscape, it's a race against attackers and defenders. The curtain is about to go up at RSAC 2015 , the world's largest security confab, next week in San ... Continue Reading

Tags: Security

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04/16/2015

CISCO STUDY: Adoption of Internet of Everything by Oil and Gas Industry Could Fuel GDP Increase of Up to 0.8 Percent, or $816 Billion, over 10 Years

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CISCO STUDY: Adoption of Internet of Everything by Oil and Gas Industry Could Fuel GDP Increase of Up to 0.8 Percent, or $816 Billion, over 10 Years

04/16/2015

For a $50 billion O&G firm, increased IoE adoption translates into an 11 percent bottom-line (EBIT) improvement. For the entire industry, increased IoE adoption generates $600 billion in Value at Stake. 14-country survey reveals that ... Continue Reading

Tags: Security, Internet of Things

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04/07/2015

Cisco Expands ASA with FirePOWER Services Providing Threat Protection to Midsize Businesses, Branch Offices and Industrial Environments

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Cisco Expands ASA with FirePOWER Services Providing Threat Protection to Midsize Businesses, Branch Offices and Industrial Environments

04/07/2015

SAN JOSE, CA, April 7, 2015 – As organizations of all sizes face an increasing volume of cyber attacks that place sensitive data, company assets and intellectual property at risk, Cisco is announcing new models of Cisco® ASA with ... Continue Reading

Tags: Security, Fast IT

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04/07/2015

Cisco Launches Advanced Malware Protection Capabilities and Incident Response Services, Giving Customers Faster Time to Detection and Remediation

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Cisco Launches Advanced Malware Protection Capabilities and Incident Response Services, Giving Customers Faster Time to Detection and Remediation

04/07/2015

SAN JOSE, CA, April 7, 2015 – Cisco today unveiled a host of new capabilities and services that give security professionals extensive intelligence and analysis on potential compromises and solutions to protect against, respond to and recover ... Continue Reading

Tags: Security, Technologies, Innovation, Fast IT

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01/27/2015

Security in a Connected Home

By Steve Wildstrom
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Security in a Connected Home

01/27/2015 By Steve Wildstrom

The Consumer Electronic Show (CES 2015) this month was swarmed by dozens of new products, from smart watches to a speaker-equipped robot for your home. The offerings are designed to provide consumers and companies endless information on their ... Continue Reading

Tags: Security, Connected Home, Fast IT, Internet of Things, CES

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Why the Security Talent Gap Is the Next Big Crisis

See the article in Security Magazine. The next national security crisis may be a lack of ability to mitigate or respond to such an attack because frankly, there’s no one available to mitigate the attack or respond to it.
 

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