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Threat Hunting 101 In the latest Cisco Cybersecurity report, we explore all there is to know about threat hunting and provide a how-to guide for creating a threat hunting team. Here are some of the reasons why you should read this report: Easy-to-follow i... Read More
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Beginning with the 6.3 release, the Firepower software supports FTD multi-instance capability. With this support, administrators can create and run multiple independent instances of the FTD software on the same hardware appliance. For now, this multi-inst... Read More
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"Cisco is aware of the recent Fxmsp hacking claims and confirmed we are not among the vendors named. At this time, we are not aware of additional information that links Cisco products to source code or assets involved in this issue, including Cisco AMP an... Read More
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Hi Everyone at this Article we want to talk about very commonly project in network security section, and today's Network security is bolder than old, and we see some article about Security but they have only some theoretical info, in this Article we want ... Read More
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In an effort to make improvements on our security reports, we’re looking for feedback on your experiences with the Annual/Midyear Cybersecurity reports or the Cybersecurity Report Series. Please take our short survey - let us know what we're doing right, ... Read More
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This is a question that I get asked all the time. I recently published an article outlining the PSIRT Services Framework. In that article, I briefly explained some of the reasons on the rise of security vulnerability reports in recent times. The industry ... Read More
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With the 6.4 release, the Firepower Management Center (FMC) supports the Open API standards for the API specification. The Open API Specification site quotes the following about Open API standards – “The OpenAPI Specification (OAS) defines a standard, pro... Read More
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Take advantage of Firepower’s most powerful, and well documented context-rich APIs to allow the exchange of network and endpoint security events, data, and host information. With these APIs, you can automate repetitive tasks for consistency and to avoid u... Read More
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This report is as close as we can get to anticipating and predicting future security threats. Take a look - the report highlights what our cybersecurity experts analyzed from the prominent threats of the past year and the clues to new attack strategies an... Read More
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Have you seen the following Cisco marketing campaign on Cisco.com, elsewhere on the web, or at trade shows, via vendors? Do you know where that statistic comes from? It comes directly from our Cisco customers! Take a look for yourself: https://www.talosin... Read More
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ISE 2.2 Patch 10 has been released at ISE 2.2.0 Software Download since 2018-Sep-18, with the filename ise-patchbundle-2.2.0.470-Patch10-18091119.SPA.x86_64.tar.gz. For more info, please read Resolved Issues in Cisco ISE Version 2.2.0.470—Cumulative Patch... Read More
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ISE 2.3 Patch 5 has been released at ISE 2.3.0 Software Download since 2018-Sep-17, with the filename ise-patchbundle-2.3.0.298-Patch5-18082702.SPA.x86_64.tar.gz. For more info, please read Resolved Caveats in Cisco ISE Version 2.3.0.298—Cumulative Patch ... Read More
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As some of you already noticed, ISE 2.4 Patch 3 has been available at ISE 2.4.0 Software Download - Cisco Systems since 2018-Sep-05, with the filename ise-patchbundle-2.4.0.357-Patch3-18090222.SPA.x86_64.tar.gz. For more info, please read Resolved Caveats... Read More
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When using the’ Variable Sets’ it important to understand how SNORT rules works. Cisco Firepower is using SNORT, and got a huge amount of SNORT rules in its database. SNORT is in general a heavy process in Firepower Threat Defense, so if we can free some ... Read More
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This blog post is going to be going over integration ISE 2.1 and Stealthwatch via pxGrid with self-signed certificates. I personally like using CA-Signed certificates for my deployment because if I ever need to rebuild an ISE instance or pxGrid client, it... Read More
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