Cisco fixes critical ‘DNA’ software flaws
IT giant Cisco this week released patches for three critical vulnerabilities in its enterprise networking software, two of which could allow an attacker to bypass authentication measures and access data deep into the network.
Breaking down Olympic Destroyer's false flags
Craig Williams, Director of Talos Outreach, talks with Greg Otto about the attack on the Winter Olympics infrastructure and how it was disguised the parties responsible for the attack.
Cisco: Malware and encrypted traffic will challenge federal agencies
Hackers will continue to give U.S. government agencies headaches in the coming months thanks to an evolving malware market and their use of encryption to evade detection, Cisco said in a new report.
Nation-state hackers hit Cisco switches
Hackers, some of them backed by a nation-state, have attacked Cisco switches in multiple countries, the tech giant’s cyber-threat intelligence division has revealed. Some of these attacks “are believed to be associated with nation-state actors, such as those described” in a recent Department of Homeland Security report that said Russian government hackers were targeting multiple U.S. industries, Cisco said.
Cisco investigation reveals ASA vulnerability is worse than originally thought
The second look revealed additional attack vectors and raised the ire of IT staffs everywhere.
Apple, Cisco team up with cyber insurers for policy discounts
The two tech giants will be partnering with Allianz SE and Aon Plc to give companies a full suite of options to organizations better manage and protect themselves from cyber risk.