Infoblox Inc. recently published a second threat report to provide updates on the remote access toolkit, or RAT, called “Decoy Dog,” which the company discovered in April. To establish command and control, Decoy Dog uses the Domain Name System. The company also suspects it’s a secret tool nation-states use in cyberattacks.
Cisco Systems Inc. will hold its annual Cisco Live user event next week in Las Vegas as the networking giant is coming off an impressive quarter in which Chief Executive Chuck Robbins (pictured) set a more than positive outlook for the company.
Veeam used its annual user event, VeeamON, in Miami this week to release the results of some research on ransomware highlighting some alarming statistics that raise concerns for businesses of all sizes. Veeam is a backup and recovery company, so one might wonder why it’s releasing research in cyber security.
One of the major themes from last week’s RSA Security conference was the rise of converged network and security platforms as organizations look to consolidate the number of vendors they have and leverage the ubiquity of the network.
Arista Networks Inc. today announced a new network access control or NAC service on the opening day of this week’s RSA Conference in San Francisco.
The vendor is best known as a high-performance network vendor but moved into the security industry when it acquired Awake Security, which brought network detection and response or NDR.