Access Management , Cybersecurity Spending , Governance & Risk Management

User Protection: Removing the Security Burden From Users

Cisco's Eric Eddy on Ensuring Continuous, Agile Security Posture
User Protection: Removing the Security Burden From Users
Eric Eddy, principal technical marketing engineer, Cisco

Eric Eddy, principal technical marketing engineer at Cisco, discusses critical aspects of user-centric security. From alleviating the security burden on users to the role of zero trust in granting access, Eric provides actionable insights for achieving a seamless and robust security posture.

In an interview with Information Security Media Group, Eric discusses:

  • Offloading the security burden from users;
  • The role of zero trust in controlling access to resources;
  • How to maintain a continuous, agile, and efficient security posture.

Eric has been with Cisco since 2010, holding many different roles related to network security. In his current role, he focuses on product development, competitive intelligence, sales enablement, and advising executive leadership. He has worked with hundreds of customers spanning all geographies and market segments to help design, troubleshoot and deploy network security solutions.




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