Jessica Bair

Director, Cisco Secure Strategic Alliances

Advanced Threat Solutions

Jessica Bair Oppenheimer is the director of the Cisco Security Strategic Alliances, where she and her team focuses on building open ecosystems for the community (https://cs.co/CSTA). She also leads the Cisco team in the Security Operations Centers for the RSA Conferences and the Network Operations Center for the Black Hat global conferences. Prior to the acquisition by Cisco, Jessica was Senior Director of Business Development at ThreatGRID malware analysis. She also held VP and director positions at Guidance Software / EnCase computer forensics, in the growth from a start-up to a public corporation. Jessica started her career in Cybersecurity as a special agent/computer forensic examiner in the US Army Criminal Investigation Command. She earned a M.B.A. from Pepperdine University.


February 17, 2017


RSA Conference 2017 Security Operations Center Wrap-Up

Effective Security requires three essential pillars: Simple to use, Open architecture and Automated workflows. The collaboration with RSA NetWitness Packets and Cisco AMP Threat Grid, in the RSA Conference 2017...

February 6, 2017


Tour the RSA Conference SOC

Next week, some 30,000 security professionals will descend upon the Moscone Center in San Francisco for the 2017 RSA Conference. Cisco’s AMP Threat Grid, the first unified Malware Analysis and...

June 17, 2016


Federal Law Enforcement Training Center’s 2016 Cybercrime Conference

Cisco Systems is participating in the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center’s (FLETC) Cybercrime Conference, held July 6-8, 2016, in Glynco, Georgia. The purpose of this event is to foster education and awareness of the current threats and innovations that may impact today’s law enforcement officers and the manner in which they deal with cybercrime. The […]

March 17, 2016


AMP Threat Grid Renews the Support of Law Enforcement

In March 2015, Cisco created the AMP Threat Grid for Law Enforcement Program, empowering state and local law enforcement agencies with its dynamic malware analysis and threat intelligence platform. Cisco has renewed the program and made it a permanent part of Cisco Gives. Law Enforcement investigators can register for the program on the new Cisco […]

March 9, 2015


AMP Threat Grid Empowers Law Enforcement to Fight Cybercrime

Recognizing the critical need for state and local law enforcement agencies to have state-of-the art technologies to effectively fight digital crime, Cisco is creating the AMP Threat Grid for Law Enforcement Program. The program is designed to empower those working to protect our communities from cybercriminals with its dynamic malware analysis and threat intelligence platform. […]