The Cisco TelePresence Hardening Guide has been updated, adding the DX70, DX80, and DX650 models. The Cisco DX Series run the Google Android operating system, which has special considerations for security.
The updates cover security areas related to:
- Access to the Google Play store and 3rd party apps
- Remote access to the device
- Simple versus Enhanced mode
- Syncing the system to external accounts
- Serial and console access
- Bluetooth considerations
The hardening guide can be found at the following URL:
Give it a read and learn how to harden your TelePresence DX system.
Tags: Cisco TelePresence, hardening guide, security
As Cisco’s products and services evolve to new models, we find ourselves coming in contact with our customer’s data more regularly. We approach this role as stewards of this data with our customers interest foremost in our mind. One area of widespread interest as it relates to this data is how we interact with Global Law Enforcement regarding this data. To that end, today Cisco is launching its first global Transparency Report on Law Enforcement Requests for Customer Data. In this report, Cisco details our principles regarding how we will treat law enforcement requests for customer data if, and when we receive such requests. We also provide specifics regarding how many requests we have received from global law enforcement agencies for our customer’s data.
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Tags: customer data, data protection, government, Government Data Requests, public sector, security, transparency, Transparency Report
Though 2014 has come and gone, one trend that dominated its headlines has unfortunately continued to do the same this year. So, what happens to an organization’s cybersecurity readiness plan when there aren’t enough security professionals to protect the network? What are the tested security strategies that can help organizations prepare, manage, respond to and recover from incidents in a quick and effective manner?
During our next #CiscoChat, we’ll seek to answer these questions and invite you to share your thoughts and solutions with us. #CiscoChat is a program where industry experts answer your questions and participate in an open discussion on a particular topic. Everyone is welcome to join simply by searching the hashtag #CiscoChat on Twitter and including it in your tweets to be seen by others participating. Read More »
Tags: Business Trends, ciscochat, incident response, security, Social Chat, social media
In my role leading the development of Cisco’s IoT Systems and Software, I spend a fair amount of time speaking at industry events and talking with customers and partners. There is a lot of excitement about the Internet of Everything (IoE) – the intelligent connection of people, processes, data and things to the Internet – as it continues to take hold, bringing unprecedented economic opportunities to both the private and public sectors.
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Tags: Connected Safety and Security, Internet of Everything, internet of things, IoE, IoT, security, Video Survelliance
Today, Microsoft has released their monthly set of security bulletins designed to address security vulnerabilities within their products. This month’s release sees a total of 11 bulletins being released which address 26 CVEs. The first 4 bulletins are rated Critical and address vulnerabilities within Internet Explorer, Office, IIS, and Graphics Component. The remaining 7 bulletins are rated Important and cover vulnerabilities within SharePoint, Task Scheduler, Windows, XML Core Services, Active Directory, .NET, and Hyper-V. Read More »
Tags: 0-day, coverage, ms tuesday, rules, security, Talos