Cisco Told to Pay $23.5 Million Over Hacker-Security PatentsBy and
Jury found Cisco infringed patents held by SRI International
Technology tracks intrusions into computer networks by hackers
Cisco Systems Inc., the biggest maker of networking equipment, was ordered by a jury to pay more than $23.5 million to a nonprofit research center for infringing network-surveillance patents designed to identify hacking attacks on computer systems.
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