Bryan Doerr

Product Manager

Network Security

Bryan Doerr is a Product Manager for Cisco Stealthwatch Cloud. He is focused on helping customers realize the benefits of the public cloud and digital business while maintaining an environment resilient to attacks and security risks. Bryan joined Cisco from Observable Networks, where he served as Chief Executive Officer since 2013.

Bryan has more than 25 years of industry experience in corporate research, product design, IT management, and executive management. Prior to Observable, Bryan was Chief Technology Officer at Savvis (now CenturyLink), where he led technology research and development and inspired the company's go-to-market strategy spanning cloud, network, hosting, security infrastructure and services, and internal IT systems development.

Bryan holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Missouri, a M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, and a M.S. in Information Management from Washington University in St. Louis.

He is currently an adjunct professor at the Washington University Sever Institute of Technology.


October 21, 2019


5 Key Takeaways from 2019 Stealthwatch Customer Research

4 min read

Our customers drive what we do in security and we must make concerted efforts to keep up with their needs. In a survey that was sent out to over 10,000...

July 17, 2018


Easily detect threats and risks for Google Cloud Platform

3 min read

Cisco Stealthwatch Cloud has provided end-to-end visibility and threat detection in on-premises networks for years, but it can also deploy easily in other platforms, including Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and Kubernetes-based environments.

June 11, 2018


10 minutes to value: Stealthwatch Cloud for Google Cloud Platform

2 min read

Why did you adopt public cloud infrastructure? Most organizations use the cloud to be more responsive to market needs while also minimizing costs. Now it is time for security to...

November 6, 2017


Stealthwatch Cloud: Securing the public cloud, without undercutting it

4 min read

Public cloud infrastructure requires a new approach to security. We’ve all heard that line, but what does it actually mean? There is little stopping you from, say, deploying agents in the cloud to monitor traffic and detect threats and bringing other on-premises techniques to bear. But as anyone who’s ever attempted this before will tell […]