Take a Network Break!
Capital One gets breached, exposing credit card applications from 106 million people in the United States and Canada; Microsoft prepares to put Skype For Business out to pasture; and Google and VMware form a cloud partnership to let customers run VMware workloads in GCP.
A VXWorks vulnerability lurks in lots of older devices, Fortinet announces new NGFWs, and Cisco settles a security whistleblower lawsuit for $8.6 million.
Cloudflare reverses its position on 8chan and stops providing hosting and DNS services to the hate site, and we get financial results from Fortinet, Extreme Networks, and Arista Networks.
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Capital One Announces Data Security Incident – Capital One
Capital One’s Capital Two Day – Last Week In AWS
Capital One Data Theft Impacts 106M People – Krebs On Security
Skype for Business Online to Be Retired in 2021 – Microsoft
VMware Cloud Foundation comes to Google Cloud – Google Cloud Blog
Google Cloud, VMware Form New Cloud Partnership – SDxCentral
VMware – Google Cloud – VMware
URGENT/11 Information from the Research Team – Armis Labs
Wind River TCP/IP Stack (IPnet) Vulnerabilities FAQ – Wind River
A Changed Environment Requires a Changed Approach – Cisco Systems
Terminating Service for 8Chan – Cloudflare
Extreme Networks Reports Fourth Quarter Fiscal Year 2019 Financial Results – Extreme Networks
Arista Networks, Inc. Reports Second Quarter 2019 Financial Results – Arista Networks