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San Francisco Employees' Retirement System Discloses Data Breach

🕔Jun.04.2020 | 20:26 (GMT) | feedproxy.google.com

The San Francisco Employees Retirement System (SFERS) this week disclosed a data breach that impacted over 70,000 of its members.

The incident, SFERS reveals, involved 10up Inc., one of the vendors the retirement program works with to provide SFERS members with online ac

Cisco Patches Dozen Vulnerabilities in Industrial Routers

🕔Jun.04.2020 | 19:13 (GMT) | feedproxy.google.com

Cisco this week announced that it has patched tens of vulnerabilities in its IOS software, including a dozen security flaws that impact the companys industrial routers and switches.

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Zoom Patches Two Serious Vulnerabilities Found by Cisco Researchers

🕔Jun.04.2020 | 16:03 (GMT) | feedproxy.google.com

Members of Ciscos Talos threat intelligence and research group have identified two vulnerabilities in the Zoom client application that can allow a remote attacker to write files to the targeted users system and possibly achieve arbitrary code execution.

IP-in-IP Vulnerability Affects Devices From Cisco and Others

🕔Jun.02.2020 | 18:58 (GMT) | feedproxy.google.com

A vulnerability related to the IP-in-IP tunneling protocol that can be exploited for denial-of-service (DoS) attacks and to bypass security controls has been found to impact devices from Cisco and other vendors.

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Why Cisco?s Acquisition of ThousandEyes Impacts Entire Portfolio

🕔Jun.02.2020 | 02:45 (GMT) | eweek.com

eWEEK NEWS ANALYSIS: Intelligence from ThousandEyes extends Ciscos monitoring capabilities across the internet.

Cisco hacked: Six backend servers used by customer VIRL-PE deployments compromised via SaltStack

🕔May.31.2020 | 16:32 (GMT) | go.theregister.com

Plus other news from infosec land this week

Roundup Six Cisco-operated servers were hacked via SaltStack security vulnerabilities, the networking giant revealed this week.

Cisco to Buy Network Intelligence Firm ThousandEyes

🕔May.29.2020 | 20:26 (GMT) | feedproxy.google.com

Cisco on Thursday said that it plans to acquire privately held network intelligence firm ThousandEyes, as the networking giant looks to boost network visibility and intelligence across its enterprise networking, cloud and application services portfolios.

Cisco to acquire internet monitoring solution ThousandEyes

🕔May.29.2020 | 19:30 (GMT) | feedproxy.google.com

When Cisco bought AppDynamics in 2017 for $3.7 billion just before the IPO, the company sent a clear signal it wanted to move beyond its pure network hardware roots into the software monitoring side of the equation. Yesterday afternoon the company announced it intends to buy another monitoring company, this time snagging internet monitoring solution […]

Cisco Servers Hacked via Salt Vulnerabilities

🕔May.29.2020 | 17:56 (GMT) | feedproxy.google.com

Cisco this week announced that it has patched two actively exploited Salt vulnerabilities, but not before malicious actors leveraged the flaws to hack some of the companys servers.

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Cisco to acquire software firm ThousandEyes

🕔May.29.2020 | 03:54 (GMT) | feeds.reuters.com

Cisco Systems Inc has agreed to acquire privately held software maker ThousandEyes Inc, the network gear maker said on Thursday.

Cisco grabs ThousandEyes for network-intelligence technology

🕔May.28.2020 | 22:49 (GMT) | idgconnect.com

Cisco said it envisions embedding ThousandEyes technology in a variety of its products including its AppDynamics application performance, SD-WAN, WebEx and Meraki families.

An hourly home-sharing startup in San Francisco finds itself in the city?s crosshairs

🕔May.28.2020 | 05:04 (GMT) | feedproxy.google.com

Emmanuel Bamfo is used to fighting uphill battles. Still, his latest fight, with the city of San Francisco, may well destroy his business if he doesn’t win it, and quickly. Bamfo is the co-founder and CEO of Globe, a year-old, six-person startup that connects customers with rooms in people’s mostly urban homes. Think Airbnb, except […]

Pre-authentication, remote root hole in call-center software? Thanks, Cisco. Just what a long weekend needs

🕔May.25.2020 | 16:31 (GMT) | go.theregister.co.uk

This and more bits and bytes from infosec world

Roundup It's once again time to catch up on the latest happenings from the world of infosec.

Cisco Patches Critical Vulnerability in Contact Center Software

🕔May.22.2020 | 02:16 (GMT) | feedproxy.google.com

Cisco this week released security patches to address several vulnerabilities in its products, including a critical severity bug in its Unified Contact Center Express (Unified CCX) software.

Cisco Systems Shows Market Strength Despite COVID-19 Uncertainty

🕔May.15.2020 | 00:41 (GMT) | eweek.com

eWEEK NETWORKING SECTOR ANALYSIS: When things are good with Cisco, the market is generally solid. When things are weak with Cisco, the same can be said for the entire industry. Fortunately, Cisco's doing well at this time.

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