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Eric Fusilero
Eric Fusilero

Eric Fusilero is the VP of Global Enablement and Education at Splunk. His mission is to help Splunk make machine data accessible, usable and valuable to everyone – and more specifically – through training and education. He leads a passionate team of content developers, instructors, designers, and managers who create technical curriculum by working cross-functionally with Customers, Partners, Customer Success, Sales, and Engineering. In the end, the teams develop and deliver learning solutions designed to help anyone, anywhere drive stronger and more valuable outcomes with Splunk. Eric has over 20 years of experience in education and enablement, where he has crafted impactful programs that drive customer success, including organizations like Visa and NetApp.

.conf & .conf Go 2 Min Read

Summer School is the Vibe: Join Us for Splunk University in Las Vegas

Invest in your professional development and take your Splunk expertise to new heights with Splunk University and .conf24.

AI Predictions Are Fueling Greater Cyber Up-Skilling Needs

Use our new Splunk Education e-book to guide the cybersecurity learning journey in this AI-dominated era.
Leadership 3 Min Read

Career Resilience and Splunk: Insights from the 2023 Splunk Career Impact Survey

Splunker Eric Fusilero shares the findings and insights from the 2023 Splunk Career Impact Survey.
Security 3 Min Read

Educating the Next Generation of Cyber Defenders

Splunk's Eric Fusilero emphasizes the need for cyber defender education and aligns with the National Cyber Workforce Strategy, offering training and scholarships.
Leadership 2 Min Read

A Vision for the Future of Cyber

It’s becoming crystal clear that there is a disparity between the demand for skilled cybersecurity professionals and the available talent pool.
Leadership 2 Min Read

Industry Leaders Share Thoughts on the Cyber Talent Gap

Eric Fusilero is honored to be part of an esteemed panel of leaders who are thinking about innovative solutions to help fill the job vacancies being perpetuated by the ever-changing, data-centric industry.