Week in review: Costliest cybersecurity failures, DNS hijacking protection, AWS security automation

From helpnetsecurity.com

Here’s an overview of some of last week’s most interesting news, interviews and articles:

Cisco patches critical, wormable RCE flaw in Cisco Jabber
Cisco has patched four vulnerabilities in its Jabber client for Windows, the most critical of which (CVE-2020-3495) could allow attackers to achieve remote code execution by sending specially crafted chat messages.

September 2020 Patch Tuesday forecast: Back to school?
Another month has passed working from home and September Patch Tuesday is upon us. For most of us here in the US, September usually signals back to school for our children and with that comes a huge increase in traffic on our highways. But I suspect with the big push for remote learning from home, those of us in IT may be more worried about the increase in network traffic. So, should we expect a large number of updates this Patch Tuesday that will bog down our networks?

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