Take a Network Break! This week we examine the tsunami of lawsuits flooding Intel from shareholders and individuals over the Specter and Meltdown vulnerabilities.
We also discuss why the SEC has issued new guidance for public companies on timely breach disclosures, and drill a little deeper into Arista’s financial results.
Oracle buys security startup Zenedge to add a Web security firewall and DDoS service to its cloud portfolio, Samsung announces a 30 TB SSD drive, and Equinix drops $800 million to buy data centers in Dallas.
Charter fails to wriggle out of a lawsuit being brought by the state of New York, and HPE reports its first quarterly revenues under new CEO Antonio Neri.
Last but not least, did you know donut bouquets are a thing? They are, and you can order one.
As always, we have links to all the stories we cover, which are available just after our sponsor messages.
Sponsor: WhiteSpider & Cisco
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Packet Pushers Virtual Design Clinic
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Oracle Buys Zenedge – Oracle
Samsung 30TB SSD – The New Normal – Architecting IT
Now you can send bouquets of donuts instead of flowers – BoingBoing.net