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MultiCloud Platform

The only MultiCloud platform hosted in Romania (Azure, VM Ware, KVM)

Binbox Locations

Bucharest, Ploiesti, Vienna, Prague, Bratislava, Amsterdam, London, New York, Chicago, Freemont


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We strive to connect people, information and ideas around the world by providing the world's best telecommunication and data center services.

Virtual Servers

VM Ware virtualization platform based on a CISCO UCS with fast HPE 3PAR Storage offers the best value for the most demanding computing requirments. No need to invest in fast-depreciating “metal servers”.

Binbox Unified Threat Management

Protect your network with Unified Threat Management (UTM) from Binbox managed services. Binbox UTM provides a comprehensive set of integrated network security technologies designed to defend against external threats, while also offering protective measures from the inside of the network out.

UTM also provides rogue device detection and internal vulnerability scanning consolidated into a single appliance and delivered by Binbox as a fully managed service. UTM devices are often packaged as network security appliances that can help protect networks against combined security threats, including malware and attacks that simultaneously target separate parts of the network.

Binbox managed UTM services reduce the burden of network security management, eliminate fragmented network security controls and conform to compliance and audit requirements. As a fully managed solution, Binbox Unified Threat Management extends well-beyond traditional services found in competing offerings.

Intrusion Detection Systems can detect the cyber instructions sent out by cybercriminals that are programmed to attack systems, networks, computers, and servers. These instructions are carried out in the form of malware, vulnerability exploitation, denial of service attack (DoS), web-based attacks, DNS (Domain Name Server) attacks, botnets, spam and phishing, etc. Intrusion detection system (IDS) can be implemented to better protect a company's computer networks from such cyberattacks. Like standard alarm systems set up in the home or office, IDS can be used as both a reactive and proactive method to find out if a network has been compromised.
Intrusion Prevention System is like an IDS on steroids. Not only can it detect the same kind of malicious activity and policy violation that an IDS does, but as the name suggests it can execute a real-time response to stop an immediate threat to your network. Like an IDS, the IPS can be NIPS-based with sensors at various points of the network or HIPS-based with sensors on the host to monitor individual devices. Unlike the IDS, an IPS has the ability to configure policy-based rules and actions to be executed when any anomaly is detected. Think of it as being an active defense system, tailored to best suit your business needs in terms of security posture.
Email Security: Secure your email gateway and get powerful protection from spam and phishing attacks. And you can protect your sensitive emails from data loss with our built-in DLP and encryption. Our intuitive browser-based interface with built-in reporting on all models make it easy to manage your mail protection. Our anti-spam engine filters incoming mail across dozens of languages using a variety of methods. Our processes include reputation filtering, outbreak monitoring, content scanning, URL filtering, recipient verification and more. Reduce your workload with our streamlined management tools and self-serve quarantine.
Web Application Firewall (WAF) protects applications against sophisticated attacks that might otherwise lead to systems being taken over by attackers, loss of sensitive data, and downtime. Can be deployed in any environment – bare metal, public cloud, private cloud, hybrid cloud, virtual machines, and containers. Even when you understand security, it is difficult to create secure applications, especially when working under the pressures so common in today’s enterprise.