Solution Brief

Solution Brief

Enea Qosmos Threat Detection SDK

Redefining Performance and Time-to-Market for Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS)

Developed in partnership with the Open Information Security Foundation (OISF), the Enea Qosmos Threat Detection SDK (TD SDK) provides cybersecurity software developers with a new tool to achieve the extreme performance, scalability, and innovation required in today’s deeply transformed IT landscape.

The Qosmos TD SDK embeds core functionalities from the industry’s best-in-breed IDS, Suricata, in a software development kit (SDK) that integrates tightly with the industry’s most deployed deep packet inspection and traffic visibility engine, Qosmos ixEngine. With this integration, double packet processing is eliminated, parsing speed is accelerated, and traffic insights are vastly expanded to fuel next-generation threat detection and custom rule development.

This solution brief looks in detail at the benefits Qosmos TD SDK brings to cybersecurity software developers to help them jump-start IDS development and boost the threat detection performance of their solutions.

“Faced with the performance and scale requirements of today’s cloud-centric, multifunction IT platforms, traditional IDS/IPS systems are falling behind. Enea Qosmos Threat Detection SDK meets these challenges with a threat detection engine delivered in the format of a software development kit capable of tight integration with third-party solutions, easy customization, and radically improved cybersecurity performance.”

Jean-Pierre Coury, Vice President, Traffic Intelligence, Enea

SOLUTION BRIEF

Jump-start IDS Development and Boost Threat Detection Performance with Qosmos Threat Detection SDK

Redefining Performance and Time-to-Market for Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) with Enea Qosmos Threat Detection SDK

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