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ProQSys is a software company that combines the strongest talent and the newest ideas to bring early-stage technologies to deployable solutions. The current gap between the forefront of scientific discovery and the state-of-the-art in deployable software is far too large. Our mission is to bridge that gap and make the most powerful discoveries available to day-to-day users.
We are a privately-owned enterprise, founded in 2004 to provide a commercially-available version of the powerful Process Query System (PQS) correlation technology. These initial ideas were transformed by ProQSys to a usable software product. Today, we have a strong focus on network monitoring and organizational risk reduction.
At ProQSys we specialize in network security and analysis for complex network environments. Our goal is to substantially improve the insight, visibility, and understanding of our customers into their network infrastructures.
ProQSys develops, markets, sells, and maintains software that is designed to offer our customers an unprecedented level of network situational awareness to facilitate fast and easy monitoring, quick security analysis, and complete forensic recall of any traffic that crosses our customers’ network.
ProQSys has over 2000 customers on 6 continents ranging from fortune-500 companies, ISPs and Managed Service Providers, governments, schools and universities.
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