Since 2014, MANRS has grown to include three programs, each contributing to routing security in its own way. Participants implement tailored, relevant actions that ultimately help defend the Internet against route hijacks, route leaks, IP address spoofing, and other attacks.
The MANRS Observatory monitors Internet routing security by aggregating data from trusted sources into a user-friendly dashboard to help network operators improve the security of their networks.
The MANRS Observatory relies on data from trusted providers to measure routing security across the Internet and to assess a network’s MANRS-readiness
Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) and cloud providers exchange trafﬁc with thousands of other networks so data can ﬂow efﬁciently around the world, and their participation in MANRS ampliﬁes the positive effect they have on routing security and the routing hygiene of networks they pee
Today, we are happy to release a new version of the MANRS Observatory with some important upgrades. Let me give you a quick walk-through of the key changes.
The MANRS Content Delivery Network (CDN) and Cloud Program continues to grow in numbers and in strength with three new participants. Hostmein, Verisign, and Vultr have deepened their commitment to strengthening the security and resilience of the Internet’s global routing system
Today, we’re proud to announce the new MANRS Content Delivery Network (CDN) and Cloud Programme. This new programme broadens support for the primary objective of MANRS – to implement crucial fixes needed to eliminate the most common threats to the Internet’s routing sy
Collaboration and shared responsibility are two pillars of the MANRS initiative to create a baseline of routing security for network operators around the world.
In January last year I looked back at 2017 trying to figure out how routing security looked like globally and on a country level. I used BGPStream.com – a great public service providing information about suspicious events in the routing system.