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With millions of downloads to date, Snort is the most widely deployed intrusion detection and prevention technology worldwide and has become the de facto standard for the industry.
Sourcefire, the Sourcefire logo, Snort, the Snort and Pig logo, ClamAV, Immunet and certain other trademarks and logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sourcefire, Inc.
To qualify, applicants must be enrolled in a university that uses Snort or Sourcefire products to protect its network or uses Snort as part of the curriculum in the classroom.
Sourcefire has also recently revealed details of its Certified Snort Integrator Program, enabling the direct delivery of Sourcefire VRT Certified Snort Rule updates by third-party solution providers to end users.
Security solutions such as Snort are able to advance protection efforts and add significant performance improvements through the use of Intel's API.
While daily cocaine hydrochloride users snort the white powder around the clock, the 175 people sniffing their homemade crack took the drug infrequently and displayed no physical side effects or signs of dependency.
Nasdaq:FIRE), the creator of Snort[R] and a leader in intelligent cybersecurity solutions, today announced that it is delivering cloud-based Intrusion Prevention services, based on its award-winning open source Snort technology.
Tools like Snort are helping tomorrow's security professionals build the expertise and skills needed to protect against current and future threats, especially those that utilize emerging technologies.
As the de facto standard for intrusion detection and prevention, Snort is used extensively by Fortune 100 companies and government agencies.
Nasdaq:FIRE), a leader in Cybersecurity, today announced that its founder and creator of Snort, Martin Roesch, has been invited to present at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) Visionaries in Information Technology Forum on Wednesday, September 30, 2009.
When I created Snort, I set out to build a security solution that was unlike any other tool available on the market, and ten years later, I am proud that it is still an industry leader," said Martin Roesch, Chief Technology Officer and Founder of Sourcefire and Creator of Snort.
Snort Creator and Sourcefire Customer Newell Rubbermaid to Discuss Steps for Improving Network Security in a Dynamic World