Infotex Upgrades to Emerging Threats Pro Ruleset
Infotex has always been concerned about making sure that our managed services can address Day Zero threats and vulnerabilities. In that aspect, we have been a leader in the industry. In 2003, Infotex founded, maintained, hosted and managed Bleeding Snort, an open source network traffic sniffer signature repository, until its ultimate migration to Emerging Threats.
Infotex is proud to announce that it has upgraded to the Emerging Threats Pro ruleset. Emerging Threats Pro is the commercial ruleset based upon and supporting the Emerging Threats open source project www.emergingthreats.net. The Emerging Threats Pro team brings professional research and quality assurance, combined with the intelligence and speed of the open security community to a premium ruleset. Emerging Threats Pro uses custom-built analysis, collection suites and strong partnerships with law enforcement and intelligence agencies.
Infotex is a Managed Security Service Provider with offices based in central Indiana and is a Preferred Service Provider for the Indiana Bankers Association.
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