Implement an extra layer of cybersecurity when exchanging files with trading partners.
Centralize and encrypt your file transfers with secure MFT software for the enterprise.
HelpSystems surveyed more than 600 IT and cybersecurity professionals to find out what security exploits loom largest and what strategies they’re turning to for protection. Get the results in this on-demand webinar.
In this third-party webinar from InfoSecurity Magazine, you'll explore the five keys to securing sensitive data in motion—compliance, collaboration, encryption, secure email, and automation—and how to implement them in your organization.
Are you using legacy programs or unsecured processes to transfer files on the IBM i? Watch this webinar to learn how to streamline, secure, and audit your file transfers.
Many companies are still using custom scripts or manual processes to exchange information with customers, partners or other locations. And they do it despite the extra time and headache required to maintain...
In this on-demand webinar, the automation experts from HelpSystems and CM First to explore ways to leverage IT automation tools in your most critical business projects—including those on IBM I, including those generated with CA 2E(Synon) and CA Plex.
Most organizations use FTP or SFTP servers to exchange files and other critical business documents with their trading partners. Unfortunately, these servers have become a primary target for hackers. Watch the webinar or read the recap to learn more.
Are you struggling to secure your file transfers? Need to invest in secure file transfer software but aren’t sure where to look? We’ve got you covered. Walk through the buying process, from start to finish, with this free Ultimate Secure Managed File Transfer Buyer’s Guide.
A medida que aumenta el volumen del intercambio de información dentro de las empresas, y con sus clientes y proveedores, el desafío de mantener esta información segura es cada vez mayor para los departamentos de IT....
Many businesses use free solutions for everyday needs. What are the pros & cons of this approach when open sourced managed file transfer software is involved?