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Loic Triger

Loic Triger
As VP of International Sales, Loic Triger is overlooking all activities related to sales in EMEA, APAC, and Latin America for Ipswitch File Transfer. Loic has over 20 years’ experience managing International teams and sales across EMEA and USA, focusing on IT security and secure data management. His technical understanding, drive for customer satisfaction and focus on customer requirements allows his team to build strong customer relationships around complex file transfer needs. Loic has an International background, having spent a lot of time travelling across EMEA, US and Asia, and having lived in the UK and Netherlands.

Compulsory NHS audits and protecting patient data


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Yesterday, SC Magazine reported on promises by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) to crack down on how NHS trusts handle patient data.  This follows plans outlined by Justice Minister Simon Hughes to grant the ICO the power to carry out “compulsory audits” on the NHS around the handling of confidential […]

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Drum roll please… MOVEit shortlisted for SC Awards Europe

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As much of the security world has descended on San Francisco for the RSA Security Conference, I’m excited to share some news from across the pond: MOVEit Managed File Transfer System has been shortlisted for SC Magazine Europe’s Awards! This is the second straight year that Ipswitch has received this […]

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Managed File Transfer is an obvious choice for non-profits needing to satisfy critical regulatory compliance requirements

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NHBC is the National House Building Council, a building standards and insurance warranty provider in the United Kingdom. By implementing a Managed File Transfer (MFT) solution, NHBC is able to effectively ensure a constant flow of secure, confidential, copyright and personal documents and communications – a necessity in the heavily […]

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