Try Automating a YubiKey Button Press
YubiKey is a device that enables two-factor authentication using a single button, by generating unique codes that confirm your identity. Here's a fun challenge you can try to automate a YubiKey.
The Tactical Chameleon: Security Through Diverse Strategy
In order to effectively combat an increasingly strategic and varied set of threats, security professionals need to take a page from Musashi Miyamoto and fighting game players.
A Platform Approach + Precise Analytics = Better Equation
Without analytics, security professionals would be even more overwhelmed than they are today. Cisco is helping you take back control of your environment through our new security platform, Cisco SecureX.
Cisco Threat Response Plugin: Defeat Threats With Just a Few Clicks
With Cisco Threat Response, customers receive a powerful solution that can streamline and simplify detection, investigation, and remediation of threats. All of this can be accessed from a very easy, powerful tool in the new browser plugin (for Chrome and Firefox).
CSAF Common Vulnerability Reporting Framework (CVRF) Version 1.2 is Now Available
I am pleased to announce that the OASIS CSAF Common Vulnerability Reporting Framework (CVRF) Version 1.2 committee specification is now available. As covered in our previous blog posts, the purpose of the OASIS Common Security Advisory Framework (CSAF) Technical Committee (TC) is to standardize the practices for structured machine-readable security vulnerability-related advisories. The CSAF TC is focusing […]
CVRF Version 1.2 Now Available for Public Comment
A few months ago, I wrote about the new OASIS Common Security Advisory Framework (CSAF) Technical Committee (TC). The purpose of the CSAF Technical Committee is to standardize the practices for structured machine-readable security vulnerability-related advisories. And then we will further refine those standards over time. The Common Vulnerability Reporting Framework (CVRF) Version 1.2, the […]
Evolving Security Disclosures : The New OASIS Common Security Advisory Framework (CSAF) Technical Committee
During the last few years we have witnessed how the cyber security threat landscape has evolved. The emergence of the Internet of Things combined with recent events have profoundly changed how we protect our systems and people, and drive us to think about new approaches for vendors to disclose security vulnerabilities to customers and consumers. […]
Introducing the Cisco PSIRT openVuln API
In October, we announced details about Cisco PSIRT’s new and improved security vulnerability disclosure format. Our Chief Security and Trust Officer, John Stewart, also revealed that Cisco will launch an application programming interface (API) that empowers customers to customize Cisco vulnerability information and publications. Today, we have officially launched the Cisco PSIRT openVuln API and it is available […]
Improvements to Cisco’s Security Vulnerability Disclosures
Cisco is committed to protecting customers by sharing critical security-related information in different formats. Guided by customer feedback, Cisco’s Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT) is seeking ways to improve how we communicate information about Cisco product vulnerabilities to our Customers and Partners. As John Stewart mentioned on his blog post, the Cisco PSIRT has launched a […]