Take a Network Break! Attackers infiltrate ASUS’s update servers to propagate malware to customers, Cisco gets caught issuing a lazy security patch for its RV320 and RV325 routers, and Huawei takes four years to fix vulnerable code.
Britain’s Huawei Cyber Security Evaluation Centre (HCSEC) Oversight Board gives Huawei poor marks for software engineering and security hygiene practices, AWS announces Voice Collector for toll bypass as part of its Chime collaboration package, and Microsoft rolls out Data Box hardware for hybrid Azure use cases.
Cisco launches Decibel, an independent venture capital firm to spur enterprise startups, OpenDaylight debuts the Neon release of its SDN controller, and a former startup employee takes some shine off the startup dream.
Citrix rebrands XenServer to Citrix Hypervisor, and Office Depot gets smacked with a $25 million fine from the FTC for scamming customers with crooked malware scans.
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TechBytes: Arrcus And LSVR
Stay tuned after the news for a conversation about a new data center protocol, Link State Vector Routing (LSVR). We talk with sponsor Arrcus about how its ArcOS network operating system leverages LSVR to help you build a BGP-based data center fabric.
Malicious updates for ASUS laptops – Kaspersky Lab official blog
Huawei cyber security evaluation centre oversight board: annual report 2019 – Huawei Cyber Security Evaluation Centre (HCSEC) Oversight Board (PDF)
What is Citrix Doing with XenServer.org and Why – Virtualization Blog