Alex Gross

Alex Gross, Chief Business Officer - CYPFER

Alex Gross

Chief Business Officer
Alex Gross is the Chief Business Officer of CYPFER. As a trailblazer in cybersecurity incident response, Alex brings a unique blend of legal expertise and business acumen to CYPFER. Alex, a former Assistant District Attorney in New York City, has always possessed an innate desire to help those in need. He leverages his experience running investigations, appearing in the courtroom, and meeting with victims of a crime to provide practical solutions for his clients and the company. After working in public service, Alex found his calling in incident response investigations. Drawn to aiding those in crisis, Alex is the trusted advisor to the world’s leading cybersecurity lawyers who rely on him for guidance and global support. His leadership goes beyond driving sales; it revolves around building trust and delivering solutions that advance, protect and empower organizations in the face of evolving digital threats. For more than a decade, Alex has made significant contributions at other leading cybersecurity firms. Before joining CYPFER, Alex served as a Vice President at Palo Alto Networks leading Unit 42’s incident response sales team. In this leadership role, Alex directed the positioning of its portfolio of services to a full range of customer channels focusing on law firms, private equity companies and insurance carriers. Alex was on the executive leadership team of the cyber security company The Crypsis Group and was instrumental in its growth and ultimate acquisition by Palo Alto Networks in 2020. With substantial experience gained from prior senior sales positions at Stroz Friedberg and Kroll, Alex honed his craft and has masterfully combined his robust sales background with a unique symphony of legal and strategic thinking. Today, Alex engages in commercial alchemy for his clients, turning a cyber crisis into a moment of clarity and a launchpad for Cyber Certainty.
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