As well as providing basic services, such as a multi-layer anti-spam application and a powerful anti-malware solution, Belnet Advanced Mail Security (BAMS) also offers a lot of new functionalities, including virus outbreak protection, sandbox analysis and identity-based encryption. What is more, generating reports, consulting real-time dashboards and managing the various settings of BAMS by means of a user-friendly web interface are simplicity itself.
Thanks to the launch of the OCRE Cloud Framework & Catalogue project, GÉANT is favouring the research sector in Europe by facilitating access to a large selection of commercial Cloud services. The complete offer will be available on 29 January.
Belnet is fully committed to protecting its customers even more effectively against possible online security problems. So from 1 February onwards, it will implement its Belnet Intelligent DNS and Belnet Threat Intelligence services in close collaboration with the Centre for Cyber security Belgium.
Both the Belnet network and the BNIX platform have experienced a truly remarkable year – largely because of the corona crisis. The crisis proved the vital importance of research, education, and collaboration. These are domains in which Belnet – as an IT partner for research centres, higher education, and government bodies – plays a pivotal role.
Coronavirus has radically changed the way we work and collaborate with colleagues. As the year draws to a close and teleworking has become a fact of life, we would like to show you how Belnet has been able to adapt over the last few months to meet its many challenges and guarantee maximum service continuity despite the pandemic and the many safety measures.
Belnet recently implemented RPKI as one of the first Belgian ISPs. In doing so, we contribute to the security of BGP routing and the internet in general. Invalid BGP routes (without certificate, or ROA) are now rejected, which means that Belnet helps thwarting BGP Hijacking.