Jon Green
VP and Chief Security Technologist

Jon Green is VP and Chief Technologist for Security at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company. He is responsible for providing technology guidance and leadership for all security solutions including authentication and network access control, UEBA, encryption, firewall and VPN. He also manages Aruba’s Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT) and Aruba Threat Labs, an internal security research group. Jon joined Aruba in 2003 and helped it grow from a small startup to today’s position as a leading provider of network mobility solutions.

Prior to Aruba, Jon held product management, marketing, and sales positions with Foundry Networks, Atrica, Nortel Networks and Bay Networks. Jon holds a B.S. in Information Security from Western Governor’s University and a M.S. in Computer Science/Information Security from James Madison University. When not playing with technology, he enjoys flying airplanes, learning to play the banjo, and cooking competition barbecue.

Posts (9)

Security

Lock Down Wired Threats with ClearPass

Enterprises need stronger pre-connection dynamic controls to mitigate rising insider threat. Read More

Tags:

  • ClearPass
  • NAC
  • Network Security
  • Security

Security

Lock Down Your Wired Network to Mitigate Insider Threat

If you have a maintainable security model on wireless, what’s stopping you from implementing it on wired? Read More

Tags:

  • ClearPass
  • Dynamic Segmentation
  • Network Security
  • Security

Security

Are You Leaving the Wired Network Door Wide Open?

Open network ports are a security risk that has been overlooked for too long. Read More

Tags:

  • ClearPass
  • Dynamic Segmentation
  • NAC
  • Network Security
  • Security

Now Common Criteria Certified
Government

Now Common Criteria Certified, ClearPass is Ideal for Highly Secure Environments

Common Criteria certification elevates ClearPass to new levels. Read More

Tags:

  • Aruba Products
  • Certification
  • ClearPass
  • Cloud
  • Common Criteria
  • Federal
  • IoT
  • NAC
  • Security

WPA2 Key Reinstallation Attacks
Industries

WPA2 Key Reinstallation Attacks

I will assume if you're reading this, you have already heard the news – the world's first major break in WPA2-Enterprise.  If not, head over to the excellent site  created by the author of the attack,... Read More

Tags:

  • Aruba Products
  • ArubaOS
  • Network Security
  • Networking
  • Security
  • WPA
  • WPA2

Security

Product security in the wake of Sony

The Sony security breach has been all over the news lately, and in its wake we’ve been getting a number of security-related questions from our customers. Although there’s been no implication of wireless... Read More

Government

FIPS… Common Criteria…What Does It All Mean? (Part 2)

In my last post , I wrote about FIPS 140-2 and what it means for products that obtain that validation.  This post will be about the other major security certification:  Common Criteria.  Aruba Mobility... Read More

Government

FIPS…Common Criteria…What Does It All Mean?

You may have seen Aruba’s recent press release  stating that we’re the first vendor to have FIPS-validated and Common Criteria evaluated 802.11ac equipment. If you work in the US or Canadian Federal... Read More

Tags:

  • Common Criteria

Solutions

Tunneled Internet Gateway: Wi-Fi Access for Mobile Devices in High Security Environments

If the acronyms STIG" and "NIPRnet" are part of your vocabulary and you're trying to figure out how to deal with commercial mobile devices, this article is for you. Read More