This week: Leaked NSA hacking tools go to work on Cisco customers, The first class of a new cyber-security school graduates, European CEOs no longer pass the buck on security, and Lord Blunkett opens a Cyber-Highway
The Shadow Brokers' dump of NSA-linked hacking tools are now being used against Cisco customers
Cisco issues patch for Extrabacon vulnerability but thousands of routers at risk from exploit allegedly created by the NSA's Equation Group.
The world's biggest networking equipment company, Cisco Systems, will layoff about 14,000 employees.
A supposedly legitimate French software firm, Tuto4PC, has actually infected an estimated 12 million PC users with a generic Trojan disguised as downloadable utilities programmes, according to an analysis from Cisco's Talos research division.
The latest In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) looks at Facebook backdoor; Verizon findings; Cisco vulnerabilities; 6th TalkTalk arrest; cyber-crime rampant
Cisco issued five security alerts last week, issuing software updates to patch a series of vulnerabilities, any of which could potentially trigger a denial of service condition.
Cisco Wednesday warned users of a critical vulnerability in Nexus 3000 and 3500 series switches.
Christophe Jolly of Cisco France took the stage at FIC 2016 to outline the fundamental security problems in the looming "internet of everything".
Californian tech giant Cisco has released an advisory statement explaining that its chat client Jabber is currently vulnerable to a man-in-the-middle attack.
The most recent operating system from Cisco, IOS XE Release 16.1.1, shipped with a vulnerability that can allow hackers to take control of network devices and cause an affected device to reload.
Cisco has struck a blow to a hacker group that interrupted a significant international revenue stream that was produced by the Angler exploit kit.
Cisco has embraced an "enhanced and simplified" view of vulnerabilities in its products.
FireEye's EMEA president, Richard Turner discusses its new Advanced Threat Report
In the wake of the SYNful Knock attack on its routers, Cisco should re-engineer its devices to prevent future attacks, says Raimund Genes.
After the revelation that 200 Cisco routers have been compromised with the SYNful Knock implant, Cisco has released a free scanner for customers.
SYNful Knock, a new kind of malware has been found on Cisco routers around the globe. Cyber-security experts say this represents a threat previously thought only theoretical.
Cisco released software updates to address a vulnerability that can lead to system instability or a denial-of-service condition.
Attackers have been observed substituting Cisco's IOS bootstrap with a malicious ROMMON image after first accessing the company's IOS devices.
The news that Cisco Systems intends to buy OpenDNS for $635 million (£405 million) raises questions about the company's strategy regarding cloud and IoT security.
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