BitMEX parent company HDR Global Trading Limited has become a partner of nonprofit Shadowserver Foundation. HDR will sponsor the nonprofit by offering $400,000 over the next four years.
BitMEX Operator Becomes Member of Shadowserver Industry Alliance
Shadowserver Foundation is an organization that collects and analyzes data on malicious activity on the Internet. HDR has become a member of the nonprofit’s industry alliance aimed at improving the Internet security.
Shadowserver was established in 2004 and has been supported exclusively by charitable donations and sponsorships. The organization brands itself as one of the leading Internet security reporting resources. It conducts investigations on malicious activity and offers free public services for the Internet community, supporting Internet service providers (ISPs) to identify and remove malware infections.
The reports and services provided by Shadowserver are used by 107 national computer emergency response teams (CERTs) in 136 countries, over 4,600 vetted network owners, and over 90% of the Internet (by IPv4 space and ASN).
BitMEX co-founder and CTO Samuel Reed commented:
Shadowserver is an extremely highly regarded player…
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Author: Anatol Antonovici