Tactical FLEX, Inc. and Matt Jonkman with Emerging Threats and the Open Information Security Foundation Delivered an Educational Webinar on How to Improve Threat Management Performance and Situational Awareness.
Speakers: Matt Jonkman, President of the Open Information Security Foundation (OISF) and CTO of Emerging Threats; Jennifer Manguino, Director of Operations and Marketing at Tactical FLEX, Inc.; and Eric Smith, Customer Relationship Manager at Tactical FLEX, Inc.
Today’s cybersecurity teams must be prepared to deal with an onslaught of new and evolving threats. From script kiddies to advanced hackers working for criminal entities, if an enterprise doesn’t have the right security technology in place to deal with such threats, it will pay the price in costly data breaches. Are you aware that the average malware compromise recovery cost is $3,000 a day? Watch this webinar to gain a better understanding on how organizations of all network sizes can obtain full visibility of their IT environment and enhance overall threat management performance and security posture. Obtain valuable insights on why IT departments are embracing Aanval SAS and Emerging Threat ruleset. What are the contributing factors to Aanval’s popularity and global success? View our live product demonstration of Aanval SAS and listen to Matt Jonkman, President of the OISF and CTO of Emerging Threats introduce Suricata IDS and explain how organizations can cost-effectively protect themselves with ETPro™ ruleset.
Watch Recording: https://www.aanval.com/webinar
About Tactical FLEX, Inc.
Tactical FLEX, Inc. is a privately owned software development firm based in Seattle, specializing in information security research, engineering, technology design, and production. With the technological development of Aanval®, Tactical FLEX, Inc. has become a global provider of information security vulnerability and risk management software solutions that protect businesses of all sizes. Aanval is the industry’s leading Snort, Suricata, and Syslog Intrusion Detection, Correlation, and Threat Management console on the market. Aanval® currently has over 6,000 customers worldwide including government security, defense organizations, technology corporations, financial services organizations, energy companies, educational institutions, healthcare organizations, biotechnology manufacturers, pharmaceutical companies, law firms, utility providers, and many others. Learn more about Aanval by visiting http://www.aanval.com. Aanval may be downloaded for testing and evaluation at http://www.aanval.com/download. Follow Aanval on Twitter @Aanval.
Suricata, an open-source based intrusion detection system is the result of more than five years of development lead by Matt Jonkman, President of the Open Information Security Foundation (OISF) and a number of developers organized to help build the next generation open-source IDS engine for the intrusion detection community. Designed to be compatible with existing network security components, Suricata IDS engine delivers powerful features and also integrates revolutionary techniques to combat today’s security threats. Learn more about Suricata by visiting: http://www.openinfosecfoundation.org
About Emerging Threats
Emerging Threats is a world-leading provider of open source and commercial threat and malware intelligence. Founded in 2003 as a cyber security research community, Emerging Threats has become the de facto standard in network-based malware threat detection. The company’s ETOpen Ruleset, ETPro™ Ruleset, and IQRisk™ suite of threat intelligence are platform agnostic for easy integration with Suricata, SNORT®, and other network intrusion protection and detection systems. With ETPro Ruleset, organizations can achieve the highest standards of malicious threat detection with world-class support and research for extended vulnerability coverage. ETPro Ruleset is ideal for enterprises, government agencies, financial institutions, SMBs, higher education, and service providers. Learn more about Emerging Threats by visiting: http://www.emergingthreats.net