CEO Chuck Robbins used his Cisco Live keynote to expound on the networking giant's new network intuitive, saying the company had to rewrite iOS to enable its command centre and analytics platform, encrypted traffic analytics, and programmable switches.
The FBI has published its Internet Crime Report 2016 based on information received by the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3). It shows that 298,728 complaints were received by the IC3 during 2016 (up from 288,012 in 2015); and that reported losses to internet crime totaled more than $1.45 billion (up from $1.07 billion in 2015).
Google Project Zero’s Tavis Ormandy found another remote code execution vulnerability in the Microsoft Malware Protection Engine, the third since early May.
Mobile ransomware attacks spike in the first quarter of 2017, growing three and a half times compared to the previous year.
Anthem agreed late Friday to pay $115 million to settle U.S. lawsuits around a data breach that hit the company in 2015.
The Redmond-based tech giant now has 50 services across Azure and Office 365 available for adoption by Australian government organisations.
A portion of Microsoft’s Windows 10 source code was leaked online this week on an enthusiast website that tracks Windows releases.
The source code, which Microsoft already confirmed to be from the Shared Source Initiative, was supposedly accessible only to OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) and partners.
The latest Intel chips have a nasty bug that causes unpredictable system behavior.
The lawyers who brought the suit get up to one-third of the $115 million settlement.
Exploring the legality of the international business-to-business sharing of IP addresses within the cyber threat intelligence community.
At Cisco Live, Las Vegas Monday, IT analytics firm Corvil announced the integration of its Security Analytics with the Cisco Tetration Analytics platform. The intention is to combine Corvil's realtime packet-level analysis with Tetration's vast big data repository of downstream application-level data flows to provide an early, rich, granular and consistent detection of anomalous communications indicative of compromise.
Several government websites in the US states of Ohio and Maryland had to be shut down Sunday after being hacked to display messages supporting the Islamic State group.
Among the affected websites was one belonging to Ohio Governor John Kasich.
Parliamentary personnel using 'weak passwords' have had email accounts compromised, and it remains unclear whether MPs, Lords and their staff use two-factor authentication.
Attacks have increased, and so has the blackmail.
After a rather long day, night and morning of studying the news, researching and hunting the #WannaCry ransomware worm there are some discoveries to be shared.. This includes Host and Network IOCs, their analysis obtained with help of fellow security researchers and practitioners, review of C2 infrastructure and its interactions with Tor. Last but not least are some free SIEM use cases that can immediately help you to detect and start blocking above mentioned disaster from escalation. And there is a quick review of SIGMA signatures that I just recently discovered (Yara for SIEM).
Encryption is an ongoing challenge for authorities, Australian Attorney-General George Brandis has said.
Britain's parliament shut down external access to e-mail accounts on Saturday following a cyberattack.
Parliamentary authorities described the attack as "sustained and determined", in an email sent to lawmakers and published by the Daily Telegraph.
'Let them die in their own lifecycle': Will on-premises applications simply wither away through gradual attrition?