Jonathan Nguyen-Duy leads
strategy and analytics programs at Fortinet where he focuses on emerging
technologies and partnerships. With
extensive experience working with global enterprises and nation-states,
Jonathan is responsible for developing innovative security solutions addressing
the challenges of digital transformation – from the IoT edge to the cloud.
Prior to joining
Fortinet, Jonathan served as the Security CTO at Verizon Enterprise Solutions
where he was responsible for strategic technology partnerships, the Verizon
Cyber Intelligence Center, and the data science team that produces the annual Verizon
Data Breach Investigations Report. Before
that role, he led the Security Services line-of-business and was responsible
for data analytics and solutions supporting military-grade continuous
diagnostics and mitigation. Jonathan
also led the development of Verizon’s hosting services and business continuity
Before working in the
private sector, Jonathan served with the U.S. Foreign Service in Central
America working on economic development and disarmament initiatives. He has more than 20 years of cybersecurity
and BCDR/COOP experience – working through many business challenges including
armed conflict, civil strife, labor strikes, natural disasters, terrorist
attacks, network outages and a wide range of cyber attacks.
Jonathan holds is a
widely published security expert and frequent speaker at industry conferences. He
holds a patent for IoT security, BA in International Economics, and an MBA in
IT Marketing and International Business from the George Washington University.
Specialties: Cybersecurity, SIEM, Data Analytics, Zero
Trust Networking, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Continuous
Monitoring, Physical Security, Business Continuity/COOP, Managed Services, Risk
Management and Digital Transformation.
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