Tag Archives: Cisco Systems

1-15 August 2015 Cyber Attacks Timeline

It’s time to publish the first timeline of August. ... Read More

What Security Vendors Said One Year Ago…

I did not resist, so after publishing the summary of Security Predictions for 2012, I checked out what security vendors predicted one year ago for 2011. Exactly as I did in my previous post, at the beginning of 2011 I collected the security predictions in a similar post (in Italian). I also published in May an update (in English) since, during the Check Point Experience in Barcelona held in May 2011, the Israeli security firm published its predictions. Even if the latters have been published nearly at the half of 2011, for the sake of completeness, I decided to insert them as well in this year-to-year comparison.... Read More

Browsing Security Predictions for 2012

Update 01/11/2012: Year-to-Tear comparison with 2011 Security Predictions... Read More

The China Cyber Attacks Syndrome

A week ago, the Office of the National Counterintelligence Executive published a report to Congress concerning the use of cyber espionage to attempt to gain business and industrial secrets from US companies. Easily predictable, the results present a frightening picture!... Read More

Top Security Challenges for 2011: Check Point’s Perspective

At the last Check Point Experience in Barcelona, the Israeli-based company unleashed its own Top Security Challenges for 2011.... Read More

TCP Split Handshake: Why Cisco ASA is not susceptible

As I told yesterday, I was not very satisfied with the updated NSS remediation guide concerning the TCP Split Handshake issue, published after the second round of testing on Cisco and Fortinet devices.... Read More

TCP Split Handshake: The (Never)ending Story…

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="240" caption="Image by Audric Leperdi via Flickr"]Cisco ASA 5510 Adaptive Security Appliance Cluster[/caption]

Update May 12: TCP Split Handshake: Why Cisco ASA is not susceptible... Read More

Some Random Thoughts On The Security Market

The intention by UK-headquartered company Sophos to acquire Astaro, the privately-held security company co-headquartered in Karlsruhe, Germany and Wilmington, Massachusetts (USA) is simply the last effect of the process of vendor consolidation acting in the information security market. It is also the trigger for some random thoughts…... Read More