Brad Arkin

No Longer with Cisco

Brad Arkin once led Cisco’s Security and Trust Organization, whose core mission is to ensure Cisco meets its security and privacy obligations to our customers, regulators, employees, and other stakeholders. Prior to joining Cisco, Arkin was Chief Security Officer at Adobe and has held management positions at @Stake and Cigital. Arkin holds a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Computer Science and Mathematics from the College of William and Mary, a Master of Science (MS) in Computer Science from George Washington University, and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Columbia University and London Business School.


July 25, 2023


It Is Time to Harden Our Global Infrastructure

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Bad actors have learned that network devices such as routers and switches can be among the most valuable systems to target. Fortunately, we have the knowledge and tools to mitigate these types of vulnerabilities. 

February 8, 2022


Log4Shell: Cisco Presents Testimony to Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee

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Cisco's Brad Arkin provided testimony to the U.S. Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee regarding Cisco’s remediation of the #Log4Shell vulnerability. Read more on how Cisco responded to protect our enterprise and customers.

October 15, 2021


Ransomware Taxonomy: Four Scenarios Companies Should Safeguard Against

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Keeping your company and customers safe should be a constant priority, especially with increasing numbers of ransomware attacks worldwide.

August 4, 2021


Passwordless Protection: The Next Step in Zero Trust

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Zero Trust architectural components can also be leveraged for the next evolution in authentication, which is passwordless access.

June 16, 2020


Simplify to Secure: Reduce Complexity by Integrating Your Security Ecosystem

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In the new Cisco Cybersecurity Report ‘Simplify to Secure’, we use data-driven insights to show the benefits of how a platform approach to security can transform the way people, processes, and technology interact to deliver better outcomes.