NetIX is MANRS approved
NetIX has joined MANRS, a global initiative supported by the Internet Society, that provides crucial fixes to reduce the most common routing threats.
Sofia, Bulgaria – 28th July 2020: NetIX, the leading global distributed platform for connectivity and peering services, has agreed and aligned itself to the actions highlighted by Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS) to provide peace of mind to its members.
Although MANRS actions were initially designed for network operators, an additional set of guidelines have been created for Internet Exchange Points (IXPs) to help make their networks and peering platforms more resilient and secure and provide crucial fixes to reduce the most common routing threats.
“Being certified as MANRS compliant is very important to NetIX,” said Dean Belev, VP of Services at NetIX. He continued, “By adhering to this standard set of universal regulations which is independently monitored means NetIX members are assured its trust in us is not misplaced.”
By affiliating themselves to MANRS’ actions, IXPs can help build safe neighbourhoods leveraging the MANRS security baseline, and also demonstrate a willingness and commitment to security and sustainability of the Internet ecosystem, and dedication to providing high quality services.
Grow your network with a MANRS-approved IXP. To discover more ways how NetIX can improve your network, visit netix.net, or speak to a member of the team about our services and solutions email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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