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Industry Recognition for Security Excellence


April 23, 2015 - 0 Comments

Cybersecurity is a company-wide initiative. It touches every line of business, the technology, the fabric of the organization, its culture, brand and reputation. Customers are telling us that their most important issues are security and assuring the integrity of the products and data in their networks. In light of the heightened potential for cyber threats, trust is more important than ever throughout the entire IT industry. A trustworthy product requires that security be integrated throughout the product lifecycle based on a transparent and open culture of the company, its policies, its processes, its supply chain, and its partners.

John Stewart, Senior Vice President and Chief Security and Trust Officer here at Cisco, drives trustworthy systems development, supply chain security, cloud security and customer data protection, as well as validation of Cisco’s cyber security practices. This week, John was presented with the RSA Conference Award for Excellence in Information Security during the conference keynote. We are excited for John and see the award as recognition of the work Cisco is doing around the world to raise security awareness and the importance of trust, accountability and transparency from IT vendors.

I was chatting with John after the award presentation and he told me what an honor it was to receive this level of recognition, because it affirms we’re on the right path. We recognize the enormity of the security task before us and it makes us all proud to work for a company that is totally committed to the security of our solutions and of our company.

You can read more about the award here.

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