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These Are Cisco’s Top 5 Highest-Paid Executives

A financially successful fiscal 2019 meant raises for Cisco's CFO and networking and security business manager.

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David Goeckeler, Executive Vice President, General Manager, Networking and Security Business

Goeckeler, a Cisco veteran who has worked for the company for more than two decades, was promoted to his current role in 2017 after leading Cisco's security business for almost two years before taking on expanded responsibilities.

For fiscal 2019, Goeckeler made a salary of $825,000 compared to $748,077 in 2018. He earned cash awards totaling $2.04 million, up from $1.82 million last year. Goeckeler also received about $9.37 million in stock awards, an increase from 2018's $8.46 million as well as $84,969 in "other compensation" compared to $53,816 last year, which brought his total pay package to $12.33 million, a boost over 2018's earnings of $11.09 million.

“Goeckeler’s team led the integration of AI, automation, security, and assurance across our networking portfolio, including products for Enterprise, Data Center, and Service Provider markets,” Cisco said in its proxy statement. “Goeckeler’s team delivered new innovation across the portfolio, including 400G capabilities, cloud security, software-defined networking controllers, new enterprise switching and wireless platforms, and silicon and optics advancements.”

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