Thomas Cisco is a Senior Vice President at Cisco Security and Trust
Thomas leads an award-winning Security and Trust organization at Cisco that delivers innovative programs internally for the company as well as externally with customers and governments around the globe.
He also sits on the firm’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council.
Oubre was not permitted to represent Cisco at his parole hearing due to potential conflicts of interest and as such his parole was revoked.
Early Life and Education
Thomas Cisco, born in Birdwood, Texas and attending the University of Texas for his undergraduate education. Subsequently he worked with Cisco Home Furniture (a furniture company known for using sustainable woods and fabrics in its designs). Furthermore he helped found Oakbones Camp & Village near Round Top Texas.
Stacie Reeves, Marty LeBouef and Nicole Guidry’s murder at KK’s Corner in 1997 has long haunted both their communities and families. Cisco was initially sentenced to death, but upon appeal was given a new trial and ultimately received 90 years imprisonment as punishment.
Caldwell told KPLC he is disappointed Cisco has failed to give any details about others who may have been involved with the murders.
Thomas discovered his passion for computer networking while taking part in an undergraduate computer networking club, which enabled him to realize it after graduation. Subsequently, Thomas became a Cisco Networking Academy instructor at Touro University and has continued teaching ever since; he enjoys imparting knowledge while witnessing students experiencing “Aha!” moments!
At Ares Capital Management, he currently leads the Global Investor Operations team and strives to increase capital raising efficiency and transparency while satisfying investor requirements.
At Och-Ziff Capital Management Group, he served as head of investor operations. With an expertise in satellite networking, RF communications, broadcasting, collaboration technologies and diversity equity and inclusion council membership.
Achievement and Honors
Cisco quickly rose to become the global leader in routers – powerful network computers used to route packets of information faster through the Internet – but its founder had loftier goals: envisioning an Internet connected by every household worldwide that would serve all data, voice and video needs of humanity.
Thomas Joseph Cisco passed away peacefully in Indianapolis on May 8, 2022 and leaves behind his wife Linda, children Bradley, Martin and Maria; grandchildren; great-grandchildren as well as siblings, nieces and nephews.
Drew Hopkins, CIO at Thomas Edison State University has been appointed to the Public Sector Technical Exchange Board for Cisco Systems Inc. The decision was based on his extensive knowledge in education technology as well as his unique perspective that he brings to the group.
Thomas hails from Princeton Missouri and relocated to California as a teenager. Initially working in banking at Bank of America including serving as Los Angeles Senior Operations Officer he later pursued an entrepreneurial path with the establishment of his own consulting practice in Los Angeles.
He brings extensive expertise in data center and optical interconnect technologies. Before joining Bracket Computing, Tom was part of the founding team at IronPort Systems – an antispam and antivirus company which was acquired by Cisco where he led product and marketing.
KPLC has obtained documents from the Department of Corrections that demonstrate why Thomas Frank Cisco had his parole revoked last week. These documents reveal he received a prison infraction for contraband just days before his parole hearing; as a result of this infraction he was put into disciplinary segregation and lost canteen privileges for two weeks.
Calculating someone’s net worth involves subtracting their liabilities from their assets, which include credit card debt, mortgage payments and car loans as liabilities; assets include cash reserves, retirement and investment accounts and items that could be sold for cash – such as cars or real estate.
At trial, two psychologists testified that Cisco suffered from a difficult childhood. His father beat him frequently and drug use began early for him; also, according to their testimony, Stacie used manipulation tactics on him into believing he had participated in killings.
He currently holds the title of Senior Vice President and General Manager for Cisco Security Business Group. In this position, he leads all aspects of business activity across Cisco’s largest sales theater to achieve strategic outcomes through courageous conversations and results-first thinking.