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Anjali Gugle, Security Architect and Officer, CX Cloud Platform Security at Cisco is a Security and Data Privacy technologist, and an Engineering leader. Her competencies include Container security, and Data Privacy Regulations (GDPR, CCPA). Anjali holds a patent for a system and m...

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CISCO PRIMED FOR SECURITY ACQUISITIONS

Infosecurity Magazine | August 14, 2015

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Networking giant Cisco has its eye on future acquisitions in a bid to cement its position at the center of the internet of things (IoT), new CEO Chuck Robbins has revealed. The Silicon Valley stalwart has just announced a great set of financials, closing its financial year with record revenues of $49.2bn. For the quarter it recorded takings of $12.8bn, a 4% year-on-year increase. In an interview with CNBC, Robbins claimed the IoT would require the network to become “a sensor as it relates ...

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CISCO BUYS LANCOPE TO BOLSTER NETWORK SECURITY

None | January 05, 2016

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Networking giant Cisco has revealed its intention to snap up network security firm Lancope in a $453 million deal designed to expand its advanced threat protection capabilities....

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CISCO SNARES ANGLER CYBERCRIME GROUP WORTH $30M ANNUALLY

None | January 06, 2016

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Cisco has landed a major blow to a cybercrime gang using the infamous Angler Exploit Kit, disrupting a $30m annual revenue stream by blocking access to its proxy servers and sharing IoCs with the community....

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CISCO COPS TO ENTERPRISE IOS XE VULNERABILITY

theregister | January 07, 2016

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Cisco’s latest operating system update ships with a vulnerability that could let hackers seize control of network devices...

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CISCO PRIMED FOR SECURITY ACQUISITIONS

Infosecurity Magazine | August 14, 2015

Networking giant Cisco has its eye on future acquisitions in a bid to cement its position at the center of the internet of things (IoT), new CEO Chuck Robbins has revealed. The Silicon Valley stalwart has just announced a great set of financials, closing its financial year with record revenues of $49.2bn. For the quarter it recorded takings of $12.8bn, a 4% year-on-year increase. In an interview with CNBC, Robbins claimed the IoT would require the network to become “a sensor as it relates ...

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CISCO BUYS LANCOPE TO BOLSTER NETWORK SECURITY

None | January 05, 2016

Networking giant Cisco has revealed its intention to snap up network security firm Lancope in a $453 million deal designed to expand its advanced threat protection capabilities....

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CISCO SNARES ANGLER CYBERCRIME GROUP WORTH $30M ANNUALLY

None | January 06, 2016

Cisco has landed a major blow to a cybercrime gang using the infamous Angler Exploit Kit, disrupting a $30m annual revenue stream by blocking access to its proxy servers and sharing IoCs with the community....

Read More
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CISCO COPS TO ENTERPRISE IOS XE VULNERABILITY

theregister | January 07, 2016

Cisco’s latest operating system update ships with a vulnerability that could let hackers seize control of network devices...

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Anjali Gugle, Security Architect and Officer, CX Cloud Platform Security at Cisco is a Security and Data Privacy technologist, and an Engineering leader. Her competencies include Container security, and Data Privacy Regulations (GDPR, CCPA). Anjali holds a patent for a system and m...