Removing the Barriers of FTP to facilitate secure file transfers
sponsored by IBM

Identity theft is one of the fastest growing white collar crimes. More and more criminals are turning their attention to file transfers that carry credit card data.  The file transfer protocols (FTP) used by many organizations are proving to be easy targets.

Criminal data breaches are costing businesses billions of dollars. Without adequate safeguards to protect consumer information, companies inevitably pay a heavy price in terms of damaged public trust, sinking share value, and even prison time for top executives.

Check out this white paper to ensure the security of your FTP and find a 7 point checklist with tips including:

  • Understand the landscape of file transfer security
  • Make certain you have an application proxy
  • Gain great security with multifactor authentication
  • And much more.
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