Chief Security Strategist
Global Value Chain
Edna Conway oversees Cisco’s Global Supply Chain Security. Under Conway’s leadership, Cisco develops and deploys a comprehensive capability to assess, monitor, and continuously improve the security of Cisco’s global supply chain.
During her 25+ career, Conway has served as a New Hampshire Assistant Attorney General, partner in an international law practice and held multiple business, engineering and legal leadership positions at Cisco.
Conway also serves as a leader in various international supply chain, security and sustainability standards, public-private partnerships, and information and communications industry consortia (e.g., ISO, iNEMI, IPC, The Open Group Trusted Technology Forum, the Common Criteria). She is a member of the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council’s Security Advisory Board and serves on the NH Coalition for Business and Education. Conway is frequently asked to publicly and privately share her expertise and most recently was named by Supply and Demand Chain Executive Magazine as a 2015 “Pro to Know”.
She holds an AB from Columbia University, a law degree from the University of Virginia and Executive Supply Chain Management credentials from Carnegie Mellon and Stanford Universities, and MIT.