The “Prying-Eye” vulnerability could let intruders scan for unprotected meeting IDs and snoop on conference calls. Researchers have discovered a vulnerability in the Zoom and Cisco Webex conference platforms that could let an attacker scan for and drop into video meetings unprotected with a password. The “Prying-Eye” vulnerability was discovered in July by researchers with
A security consultant reported vulnerabilities in Cisco’s Video Surveillance Manager in 2009 – but the company ignored the issues and fired the consultant. Cisco Systems agreed on July 31 to pay $8.6 million to settle litigation that the enterprise-technology giant violated the US False Claims Act for years when it failed to patch vulnerabilities in its
Cisco is adding the French company’s network visibility products to its IoT network lineup. Cisco has announced its intention to purchase Sentryo, a French company focused on device visibility and security for industrial control system (ICS) networks. According to Cisco, the addition of Sentryo’s products and technologies will allow it to provide deeper visibility into
A linked pair of vulnerabilities could allow an attacker to take over many different types of Cisco networking components. A recently discovered flaw in Cisco IOS XE software with the HTTP Server feature enabled could allow a user with stolen credentials to execute code on a Cisco networking device with root privileges — a significant
Among them, two are critical and six are of high importance. A busy month for Cisco router owners got busier yesterday when the networking giant introduced 31 new advisories and alerts. These announcements came on top of 11 high- and medium-impact vulnerabilities announced earlier in the month. Of the 31 alerts, 23 are of medium
The research around a recent vulnerability shows how researchers follow leads and find unexpected results. In late January, researchers found a vulnerability in Cisco RV320 and RV325 routers — routers aimed at the needs of small businesses and remote offices. Cisco quickly released a software patch to close the vulnerability, but some of the research
Many organizations find that getting their data privacy house in order is paying off. It’s been less than a year since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) officially took effect, but a new study already shows that organizations that invested in data privacy to meet GDPR guidelines suffered fewer data breaches in the past year.