Take a Network Break! We start with FUs (follow-ups) on Aerohive and Extreme, L2TPv3, and the relationship between Aruba and HPE.
On the news front, Cloudflare burns itself with a Web Application Firewall update, Broadcom secures loans to buy Symantec, and Equifax’s former CIO gets jail time for insider trading.
Rising costs and uncertainty over US tariffs has tech giants reconsidering their manufacturing plans, Huawei may or may not be blacklisted by the United States, and Reuters digs into the years-long Cloud Hopper attacks.
A British government agency whacks British Airways with a hefty fine for a 2018 security breach, the fallout from ransomware attacks bedevils US cities and towns, and another BGP mishap goes unnoticed for a week.
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Cloudflare outage caused by bad software deploy – Cloudflare
Broadcom: The EU Investigation Sounds Foreboding – Seeking Alpha
Former Equifax employee sentenced for insider trading – USAO-NDGA – Department of Justice
HP, Dell and Microsoft join electronics exodus from China – Nikkei Asian Review
Big Tech’s China exodus – Financial Times
China’s trade war manufacturing exodus could be hastened by EU-Vietnam trade deal, analysts say – South China Morning Post
Stealing Clouds – Reuters