Principal Analyst Dave Gruber covers endpoint security, application security, email security, and managed detection and response for the Enterprise Strategy Group, where he helps product marketing and management leaders develop winning strategies in these highly competitive markets.
Prior to ESG, Dave held executive leadership roles at successful endpoint and application security companies, most recently as the VP of Product Marketing at Carbon Black through its IPO and as VP of Products at Black Duck Software (acquired by Synopsys) where he led product marketing and product management.
In his current analyst role, Dave researches CISOs’ and security teams’ most pressing needs, working together with endpoint, application, and email security vendors to develop successful product and go-to-market strategies, positioning, and messaging. Building on a strong technical background with early roles in enterprise application development, Dave became interested in figuring out why some products were more successful than others, which eventually led him to senior roles in software product management and product marketing.
Dave holds a BS in Computer Science from the University of Maine.
Threat detection and response is a core component of modern security programs, driving investment in tools to improve visibility, efficacy, and efficiency. As organizations commit to and extend EDR, NDR, or other security analytics solutions in support of broad threat detection and response programs, new opportunities arise for XDR. Organizations can increase business agility when threats are better understood and controlled. Rapidly and effectively correlating alerts across multiple threat vectors leads to increased threat visibility, more rapid and automated response and mitigation, and a reduced dependence on highly skilled security analysts.
As part of his ongoing research around modern email security, Senior Analyst Dave Gruber will be speaking with leaders from several email security solution providers about the current email threat landscape and strategies to defend against them.