Ken Daniels

Consulting Systems Engineer

Cybersecurity Sales - GSSO Channels

Ken has been in networking for all of his 25-year career, with the last ten focused in the security space. He has worked with customers and partners including building channel organizations from the ground up. As a Channel Consulting Systems Engineer, Ken is focused on helping partners achieve success in their security practice. This includes developing and delivering enablement programs for the technical teams. He has presented at various conferences including local ISSA chapters, Cisco SEVT, and others.

Ken resides in Phoenix, Arizona with his wife, daughter, and menagerie of animals, from horse to hedgehog. In his spare time, he plays bass in a band that can be seen playing around the Valley of the Sun


September 21, 2021


The Lost Art of the Thank You Note

3 min read

Systems Engineering Leader, Cybersecurity Channels, Ken D. shares how two simple words can help candidates stand out in the hiring process.

March 16, 2021


The Tough Questions 

4 min read

Ken Daniels who is on our Cybersecurity team shares how Cisco supported him and what he learned through his dad's diagnosis of dementia.

July 26, 2019


Keeping the Saw Sharp

3 min read

“Ain’t Nobody Got Time for That!”. Do you remember that quote? This got me thinking about not just time, but how fast time goes by, especially in technology. 

February 19, 2019


“I don’t know.” It’s ok to not have all the answers.

2 min read

We help customers solve business problems using technology, but we can’t have all the answers.  So, what do we do when we have to say those three little words?

October 26, 2018


Layers of Security

4 min read

Do you remember the movie “Die Hard”?  Arguably the best Christmas movie ever.  All kidding aside, this movie has a great correlation into Security best practices. 

September 10, 2018


The Role of Visibility in SecOps

4 min read

The bad guys aren’t going away. The good news is Next Generation Firewalls, Malware Protection, and Access Control are not only improving, but in some cases, working in concert together.