Ipswitch Educates European Businesses on Dangers of DIY File Transfer at Infosecurity Europe 2014
April 28, 2014
Ipswitch executive to outline best practices to ensure visibility, security and control of business data with managed file transfer
London, UK – 28 April 2014 – Ipswitch’s vice president of products and strategy, Steve Hess, will be presenting at Infosecurity Europe 2014, the region’s largest information security event. Hess will discuss how enterprises have come to rely on a mix of DIY approaches for file movement, in the absence of well-defined policies and enterprise-supported alternatives. The session will untangle the web of file transfer applications available to the enterprise and talk about best practices to ensure visibility and control in an increasingly regulated market.
On Stand H90, Ipswitch will be showcasing its latest product updates, including a MOVEit Central upgrade which features enhanced security and a centralised console to ensure full visibility and control over all file movement. Ipswitch will provide real industry examples of leading healthcare and financial organisations that are using MFT to secure business data and safeguard customer information.
Ipswitch helps solve complex IT problems with simple solutions. The company’s software is trusted by millions of people worldwide to transfer files between systems, business partners and customers; and to monitor networks, applications and servers. Ipswitch was founded in 1991 and is based in Lexington, Massachusetts with offices throughout the U.S., Europe and Asia. For more information, visit www.ipswitch.com