Ipswitch Executive to Share Best Practices in Managed File Transfer at (ISC)2 Secure San Antonio Conference

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Jonathan Lampe

Jonathan Lampe, VP of product management at Ipswitch, Inc., the leading developer of comprehensive secure and managed file transfer solutions, will be presenting at the (ISC)2 Secure San Antonio Conference.  His session – “When Data Moves, Do You Listen?” – will shed new light on the challenges companies face when enforcing and monitoring consistent file transfer policies.

According to Gartner, 80% of the data individuals move is in the form of a file transfer. Whether sent through an FTP upload, an email attachment or a Web download, organizations need to know exactly what was sent, who sent it and who received it, especially when external parties are involved.

Proving the integrity of the data, the fidelity of the credentials and the consistency of the record is also important. Lampe’s session will offer best practices for ensuring security, visibility and compliance – while arming companies with the knowledge they need to overcome the biggest hurdles.

WHAT: Presentation: “When Data Moves, Do You Listen?”
WHO: Jonathan Lampe, VP of product management
WHEN: Tuesday, March 16, 2010 at 11:15 a.m.
WHERE: (ISC)2 Conference 2010, San Antonio, Texas

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  1. jlampeATipswitchDOTcom
    Posted March 19, 2010 at 9:06 am | Permalink

    Thank you to the 130 or so CISSPs and other security professionals who attended and to (ISC)2 for organizing the event.

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