June 04, 2012
osProtect.org is the free enterprise level IDS/IPS management tool being developed as part of the osProtection.org initiative, which consists of three enterprise level tools; osDiscover.org for vulnerability scanning, osProtect.org for IDS & IPS, and osCollect.org for log management.
Suricata is a rule-based IDS/IPS engine that utilizes externally developed rulesets to monitor network traffic and provide alerts to the system administrator when suspicious events occur. Because Suricata is designed to be compatible with most existing network security components, it can easily be integrated with the osProtect solution, to leverage features like the pluggable library options to accept calls from other applications.
“We’re very excited about this latest development for osProtect, as we can now offer the user the ability to literally create their own multi-gigabit IPS with the advanced rulesets from Emerging Threats and the performance of Suricata. Suricata.
About osProtection.org and Clone Systems, Inc.
http://www.osProtection.org is the center of a new security development initiative created by industry pioneers that delivers free enterprise level security solutions to the business world. Through a unique collaboration with the Open Source community, Clone Systems is facilitating the creation of next generation enterprise security solutions that are well-designed, simple to use, and readily available to all businesses.
Clone Systems is a pure play global managed security provider, currently protecting more than 1,200 clients world-wide, actively monitoring over 3,500 network nodes, and conducting 40,000,000+ vulnerability tests every day. IDS/IPS needs and desires.
About Emerging Threats
Emerging Threats is an open source community project now backed by Emerging Threats Pro. Through the support of our community we are able to produce the fastest moving and most diverse Suricata and Snort Rulesets and firewall rules available.
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