Take a Network Break! This week we update the latest on the fallout from the Equifax breach, track Yahoo’s stunning revelation of losing every customer record, analyze a ruling to let class action lawsuits go forward against Yahoo, and examine news that an NSA contractor was the target of an exfiltration attack.
Startup Barefoot Networks teams up with Google to release new SDN software for programmable switches, an HPE service pack might kill your network adapters, and Google acquires Bitium to boost its ID management offerings.
Nokia’s Nuage Networks wins a big SDN deal in China, Extreme and Brocade agree to an outright sale of Brocade’s data center assets, and toy maker Mattel walks away from an interactive smart monitor aimed at parents of infants and very young children.
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Judge Nixes Bid to Quash Suit Filed by Yahoo Breach Victims – Bank Info Security
HPE server firmware update bricked network adapters – The Register
Google slurps cloudy single-sign-on concern Bitium – The Register
Welcome Bitium to Google Cloud – Google
Nokia Lands Non-Telco SDN Deal in China – Light Reading
Extreme Will Purchase Data Center Assets Directly From Brocade – Packet Pushers