ASERT

AcronymDefinition
ASERTAstral System for the Estimation of Radial Transmission
ASERTAFOTEC Subject Evaluation and Reporting Toolkit (AFOTEC developed software)
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In addition to the unique insight provided via Arbor's ATLAS infrastructure, a collaborative project with more than 300 network operators who have agreed to share anonymous traffic data totaling 140Tbps (approximately one-third of all Internet traffic), ASERT has extensive visibility into advanced threat actor and global malware activity.
What ASERT [Arbor's Security Engineering & Response Team] does is
ASERT brand name of the anti-depressant sertraline [Net]
Arbor Networks, a network security company, announced on Monday (10 April) the creation of the Arbor Security Engineering & Response Team (ASERT), the company's security research arm.
We need to work hard serve the society through academic work and research-based activities, he aserted.
Thomson claims that 'much of Elizabethan poetry that is credited to Seneca should be credited to Lucan'; (7) William Blissett also aserts the interconnection of Seneca and Lucan in terms of their poetic influence: 'though Seneca wrote drama and Lucan epic, both are writers of "tragedy" in the mediaeval sense'.
Jomaa aserted that necessary measures will be taken without delay to settle these issues so that appropriate conditions can be made available for the conduct of elections, a press release of the Prime Ministry indicated.
"You can't ignore this, or your estimate of the size of the ancient ice sheets will be wrong," he aserted.
It is generally aserted that in the early stage of Universe evolution, the quantum phase predominated the era.
This runs counter to the "scientific method," which aserts that only a single variable at a time can be changed to observe its effect on the experiment.