John Grosso joined HPE in June 2017, he currently leads the Global Operations Engineering organization composed of Social & Environmental Responsibility, Worldwide Technical Regulations, Cyber Security, Reliability, Failure Analysis, Supplier Quality Management, Global Test Solutions, Factory/Partner Process Engineering, Product & Sustaining Engineering, Solutions PMO, Server PMO, Storage PMO, Options PMO, Product Data Operations, and Factory & Product Quality.
Prior to joining HPE, John held Executive roles in Amazon, Dell, Viasystems, and The Shipley Company.
John is a United States Air Force veteran.
John earned his BSIT degree from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and is an Executive Black Belt.
Episode | October 1st, 2020 | Season 2020 | 43 mins 5 secs
cio, cyber-security, enterprise, hpe, it, secure supply chain, server
Securing the supply chain for enterprise infrastructure is a key element to any comprehensive cyber-security strategy.
As cyber-security month kicks off, Hewlett Packard Enterprise announces a new "country of origin" server program that takes things to the next level.
Episode | June 2nd, 2020 | Season 2020 | 42 mins 50 secs
cybersecurity, hewlett packard enterprise, supply chain
You don't always think about the security of your vendor's supply chain as a part of your organization's cybersecurity and compliance efforts -- but you should. Everything from ensuring the authenticity of components, all the way through the potential exploitation of systems & subsystems in-transit can cause enterprise's damage. This week we talk with John Grosso, Hewlett Packard Enterprise's vice president, global supply chain, about what these issues are, and how technology providers like HPE are addressing them.