New York is set to recoup $1.3 million in a national settlement with Cisco Systems Inc. of a lawsuit filed in the Western District of New York alleging that the company had sold the states, and the federal government, software that was vulnerable to digital attacks.

New York Attorney General Letitia James announced Thursday that her office had led a coalition of 19 state attorneys general in settling a multistate lawsuit that generated an agreement to pay $6 million to state governments across the country.

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