IE Zero Day – Managed Services Protection
As of May 1, 2014, we can confirm Cisco customers have been targets of this attack. For the latest coverage information and additional details see our new post on the VRT blog. Protecting company critical assets is a continuing challenge under normal threat conditions. The disclosure of zero-day exploits only makes the job of IT […]
A Programmatic Approach to Using Cisco’s Security Intelligence Feed
If you’re an end-user or manager of software that has publicly known security vulnerabilities, wouldn’t you want to know about it? If you’re a software developer, wouldn’t you want to know if there are third-party software vulnerabilities that may impact your applications or products? Do you have a patch management compliance requirement for managing software […]
Why the Cisco SIO Portal Doesn’t Give Out Candy
This blog post highlights the most recent changes, several of which based on direct Cisco customer feedback, made to the Cisco Security Intelligence Operations (SIO) Portal. Thanks to this customer feedback, Cisco SIO is armed with the data necessary to evolve the Portal to ensure that relevant security content is where you need it, when you need it.
Let’s Hack Some Cisco Gear at SecCon!
Here's the second in a series of posts discussing how Cisco SecCon 2012 (December 3-6) brought together hundreds of engineers, live and virtually, from Cisco offices around the globe with one common goal: to share their knowledge and learn best practices about how to increase the overall security posture of Cisco products.