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Anthony Grieco

Trust Strategy Officer

Trust Transformation Office

Anthony Grieco leads the Trust Transformation Office and is responsible for ensuring Cisco and its customers embed security, trust, data protection and privacy in to future strategies, solutions and business models.

Over his 20 years at Cisco, Anthony has held a variety of leadership roles in development engineering, product management, marketing, and strategic planning.

He sits on the board of the National Cyber Security Alliance and is a trusted security advisor to industry, customers and startups worldwide.

Articles

October 15, 2015

SECURITY

What’s in Your Network? Verifying Trust with Integrity Verification Service

As we continue to observe National Cyber Security Awareness Month, it’s time this week to think about integrity verification and what it means for your network and your organization. As today’s network threats increase in sophistication, the resulting risks to a business’s or government agency’s network may go undetected for days, months or even years. […]

October 8, 2015

SECURITY

Cybersecurity: The Holistic Trust Approach

In the past few years, the security industry has invested heavily in the detection and containment of attacks and breaches as a primary focus of innovation. To help protect Cisco,...

September 18, 2015

SECURITY

IT Security: When Maturity is Overrated

In so many parts of life, the passing of time is a benefit. Wine and whisky mature, intelligence is gained, and friendships grow stronger. For those of us working in IT security, however, the passing of time brings new challenges. Prolonging the use of older technology exponentially increases risk and the resulting problems can cost […]

July 27, 2015

SECURITY

The Best Defense is a Good Offense? Why Cisco Security Researchers Attack Cisco Technologies

This week, Cisco provided comments on the Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) proposed cybersecurity regulations. These comments reflect the realities of how Cisco looks to protect both our customers and our products. They also emphasize the critical role that security researches, access to tools, and qualified talent have in cybersecurity. Cisco has […]

June 3, 2015

SECURITY

Trust and Transparency

“In our increasingly interconnected world, the Internet of Everything is making trust a critical element of how people use network-connected devices to work, play, live, and learn. The relentless rise in information security breaches underscores the deep need for enterprises to trust that their systems, data, business partners, customers, and citizens are safe.” – John […]

April 23, 2015

SECURITY

Industry Recognition for Security Excellence

Cybersecurity is a company-wide initiative. It touches every line of business, the technology, the fabric of the organization, its culture, brand and reputation. Customers are telling us that their most important issues are security and assuring the integrity of the products and data in their networks. In light of the heightened potential for cyber threats, trust […]

April 21, 2015

SECURITY

Cisco’s First Transparency Report on Law Enforcement Requests for Customer Data

As Cisco’s products and services evolve to new models, we find ourselves coming in contact with our customer’s data more regularly. We approach this role as stewards of this data with our customers interest foremost in our mind. One area of widespread interest as it relates to this data is how we interact with Global […]

April 25, 2014

SECURITY

Cisco, Linux Foundation, and OpenSSL

The recent OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability has shown that technology leaders must work together to secure the Internet’s critical infrastructure. That’s why Cisco is proud to be a founding supporter of the Linux Foundation initiative announced yesterday (April 24th). The initiative will fund open source projects that are critical to core computing and Internet functions, and […]

October 17, 2013

SECURITY

A Crypto Conversation: How We Choose Algorithms

Cryptography is critical to secure, trustworthy communications. Recent questions within the tech industry have created entirely new discussions about the cryptography underpinning our communications infrastructure. While some in the media have focused on the algorithm chosen for Deterministic Random Bit Generation (DRBG), we’ve seen many more look to have a broader crypto conversation. With this […]