Concerns grow over digital threats faced from former employees

Security experts said the recent upheaval in the job market makes it imperative to bolster separation protocols further. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused unprecedented turmoil in the job market over the last year, with millions across the world losing or leaving jobs due to economic disruption. An unfortunate byproduct of the employee turnover is the … Continue reading Concerns grow over digital threats faced from former employees

11 Resources to Help You Get Started in the Cybersecurity Industry

The cybersecurity industry is hiring. In November 2018, The New York Times reported that a total of 3.5 million cybersecurity jobs would be available but go unfilled by 2021. This employment gap increased in the year that followed. (ISC)2 estimated at the end of 2019 that it would take 4.07 million trained professionals to fill … Continue reading 11 Resources to Help You Get Started in the Cybersecurity Industry

Major BGP leak disrupts thousands of networks globally

A large BGP routing leak that occurred last night disrupted the connectivity for thousands of major networks and websites around the world. Although the BGP routing leak occurred in Vodafone's autonomous network (AS55410) based in India, it has impacted U.S. companies, including Google, according to sources. BGP leak causes 13x spike in misdirected traffic Yesterday, … Continue reading Major BGP leak disrupts thousands of networks globally

Meet the Cisco Telemetry Broker Team: Sunil Amin

Introduction The Cisco Telemetry Broker celebrated its release earlier this month on April 1st. In my previous blog, The Rise of Telemetry Architecture, I discussed how the Cisco Telemetry Broker can help you develop a healthy telemetry architecture. This time around, I’ll be taking a look at what went into creating the product, how its … Continue reading Meet the Cisco Telemetry Broker Team: Sunil Amin

NSA: 5 Security Bugs Under Active Nation-State Cyberattack

Widely deployed platforms from Citrix, Fortinet, Pulse Secure, Synacor and VMware are all in the crosshairs of APT29, bent on stealing credentials and more. The Feds are warning that nation-state actors are once again after U.S. assets, this time in a spate of cyberattacks that exploit five vulnerabilities that affect VPN solutions, collaboration-suite software and … Continue reading NSA: 5 Security Bugs Under Active Nation-State Cyberattack