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We brought together thought leaders to discuss insights from the Future of Secure Remote Work report and recommendations to help businesses future-proof their cybersecurity posture post-pandemic.
What were the key global findings of the Future of Secure Remote Worker report
John Maynard is Vice President, Global Security Sales for Cisco. He leads the worldwide sales team dedicated to helping customers solve complex business issues with Cisco security solutions. Maynard is responsible for all aspects of sales, including growth initiatives, acquisitions, operations, and aligning with services and partners. His deep technology and security experience span over 17 years in Europe, the Middle-East, Africa, the Americas, Asia-Pacific and Japan.
What were the key Americas findings of the Future of Secure Remote Work report?
Vann Walters is Vice President of Cisco’s Security Sales, leading the Americas security sales specialists organization across the US, Latin America, and Canada. He is responsible for creating and delivering security sales strategy and growth. Together with his team, he is focused on one single mission – protecting our customers.
Brian Stout is a Senior Director with Cisco Systems, leading the Americas Collaboration Team. He leads the Americas Collaboration go-to-market and sales strategy, focused on delivering integrated and secure Collaboration solutions for the Global Enterprise, Commercial, Public Sector, Federal and Service Provider customer base.
What were the key European findings of the Future of Secure Remote Work report?
Lothar Renner is Managing Director of Cisco’s Security Sales, Channel and Engineering, leading the EMEAR security sales specialists organization across Europe, Middle East, Africa and Russia. In this role, he is responsible for creating and delivering security strategy and sales growth. Together with his team, he is focused on securing customers in an increasing threat landscape.
Gordon Thomson leads the EMEAR Architecture and Sales Specialists organization. His greatest passion is engaging closely with customers, partners and sales teams, and demonstrating how technology can navigate all of the new challenges and opportunities ahead.
What were the key Asia Pacific findings of the Future of Secure Remote Work report
Miyuki Suzuki is President for Cisco Asia Pacific, Japan and Greater China (APJC). This group comprises six organizations operating across a diverse set of markets and countries: Australia and New Zealand, India and SAARC, Japan, ASEAN, Korea, and Greater China. In this role, she is responsible for developing Cisco's strategy, accelerating business growth, and ensuring Cisco APJC is the most trusted and relevant IT solutions partner and provider in the industry.
Kerry Singleton is Managing Director of Cybersecurity for Asia Pacific, Japan and Greater China (APJC) at Cisco. He is responsible for the strategy and growth of Cisco’s security business in the region and driving Cisco as the No. 1 security partner and advisor to customers and partners. With two decades of expertise in the Security and IT industry, both within and outside of Cisco, Kerry’s role is focused on developing and positioning cybersecurity as an integral foundation for all businesses.
What were the key recommendations from the report?
Ben Munroe is a Senior Director in Cisco Security. He currently leads the worldwide security product marketing team. This team includes the thought leadership group that publishes threat, privacy and benchmark data and the popular Security Stories podcast for CISOs and aspiring security leaders.
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