Cisco will pay $8.6 million to settle claims it sold US flawed surveillance software
The Department of Homeland Security and four branches of the U.S. military had purchased the affected software.
Fortinet settles charges of selling intentionally mislabeled Chinese-made tech to U.S. military
Fortinet acknowledged that an employee altered labels on products to make them appear compliant a law prohibiting federal agencies from acquiring products in specific countries.
Pushing IT and OT to blend their security work together
Fortinet CISO Phil Quade talks with Greg Otto about the need for critical infrastructure companies to blend IT and OT security together.
Cybersecurity stocks soar after Equifax hack
Publicly traded cybersecurity brands like FireEye ($FEYE), Palo Alto Networks ($PANW), Fortinet ($FTNT), CyberArk ($CYBR) and Symantec ($SYMC) are already up as much as 3 percent from where they closed at the bell yesterday.
Security firms pour on evidence of Chinese hacking against Vietnam
The operation is reportedly tied to the fight over territory in the South China Sea.
J. Michael Daniel, Obama's cybersecurity czar, to head industry nonprofit
J. Michael Daniel, the career federal official who served as White House cybersecurity coordinator under President Barack Obama, will helm a nonprofit alliance founded by cybersecurity giants to better share information about cybercrime and other threats.