On Cisco.com password changes

Last week I published a brief blog about the OpenSSL heartbeat extension vulnerability , also known ...

Apr 17th | Cisco Blog » Security

Not If, but When: The case for Advanced Malware Protection Everywhere

A recent Bloor Research Market Update on Advanced Threat Protection reminds us of something that man...

Apr 17th | Cisco Blog » Security

Making Your Metrics Program Effective Beyond Just Charts and Numbers

Information security is all about risk reduction, and risks are notoriously difficult to measure - a...

Apr 16th | Cisco Blog » Security

Cisco Live 2014 San Francisco: Security Technology Track

Cisco Live, May 18-24, 2014, is quickly approaching and registration is open. This is the 25th anniv...

Apr 16th | Cisco Blog » Security

Year-Long Exploit Pack Traffic Campaign Surges After Leveraging CDN

Anyone can purchase an exploit pack (EP) license or rent time on an existing EP server. The challeng...

Apr 15th | Cisco Blog » Security

Building in Security from the Ground Up with The Cisco Secure Development Lifecycle

At Cisco, security runs through everything that we do. It is our commitment to deliver verifiable, t...

Apr 14th | Cisco Blog » Security

Heartbleed: Transparency for our Customers

We know that communicating quickly and openly about security vulnerabilities can result in a little ...

Apr 11th | Cisco Blog » Security

March 2014 Threat Metrics

The median rate of web malware encounters in March 2014 was 1:260, compared to a median rate of 1:34...

Apr 10th | Cisco Blog » Security

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