Network Border Infrastructure System

The Network Border Infrastructure System protects the entire University of Michigan, while not impacting the transfer of large amounts of data.

The Network Border Infrastructure System is being implemented by ITS Infrastructure following requirements setting in partnership with ARC, College of Engineering, Information Assurance, Michigan Medicine, and UM-Dearborn.

For details about what the new system does, see Network Security Threat Detection.

Note: If you are concerned this service might impact network research you are conducting please contact the Network Service Team.

ITS Infrastructure is also focused on the NSF-funded NetBASILISK project, award #1925476, which explores the Network Border Infrastructure System architecture to better support U-M faculty and the broader research and education networking community. NetBASILISK was awarded a research grant from the National Science Foundation. See the NetBASILISK website for more information on this project.