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Cisco Security Leadership Transition

- September 23, 2014 - 0 Comments

I would like to announce that David Goeckeler is assuming leadership responsibilities for Cisco’s Security Business Group (SBG) effective immediately.  David has served as vice president of Product and Platform Engineering for the SBG for the last two years. His expertise will continue to help drive Cisco’s security momentum and ensure we are our customers’ number one security partner.

David has been with Cisco for 14 years. Most recently, he and his team have been instrumental in developing Cisco’s end-to-end security architecture, integrating market-leading products from recent acquisitions including Sourcefire into Cisco security solutions. These efforts are enabling Cisco to address customers’ needs in a way that no other vendor can match today.

David played a key role in last week’s launch of the Cisco ASA with FirePOWER Services next-generation firewall (NGFW). His efforts also directly contributed to a report issued today by NSS Labs that shows Cisco as a leader in security effectiveness in its 2014 NGFW Security Value Map (SVM).

David maintains a deep bench of security expertise including Marty Roesch, Bret Hartman, Mike Fuhrman, Scott Harrell and Marc Solomon. David has received a M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana – Champaign, and MBAs from Columbia University and the University of California – Berkeley.

I would also like to share with you that Christopher Young has decided to leave Cisco. We would like to thank Chris for his leadership and guiding Cisco through significant transitions. Under David’s new leadership, we look forward to continuing to provide best in class security solutions to our customers.

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