Tag Archives: Secure File Transfer

File Encryption: No Unbroken Chain of Custody


For the second installment of my three-part series on file transfer encryption for Ipswitch, I’ll go a little deeper into the how-to’s. (These posts are based on a recent webinar I did with the folks here, available for replay.) Understanding the basics of file transfer encryption is absolutely critical for securing […]

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Evolving from FTP to Secure File Transfer


It seems that almost every organization – from SMBs to large enterprises – is struggling with secure file transfer. Large companies like Sony Pictures are not immune. They are dealing with the outfall of a successful attack on their secure files. Despite their IT security efforts, hackers have stolen and […]

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Person-to-person file sharing with visibility, management and enforcement

Worried about how people in your organization send files to other people, both internally and externally? If not, you should be. Employees have proven that they’ll use whatever is convenient to send files to other people, including email, USB drives, burning DVD’s and even signing-up for free file sharing websites.  […]

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