How to Secure the Most Vital Data Channel in Your Organization: File Transfers

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Files are important, right? They move in, out and around your network all day long, transmitting personal data, order fulfilment, diagnostic data between people and automated systems – keeping the wheels of your organization turning.

However, how secure are these vital exchanges? According to Rapid7’s 2020 National/Industry/Cloud Exposure Report, often they are not, with over 13 million insecure FTP servers being accessible from the internet. The report even points out that government departments are particularly guilty in this respect.

In this webinar, a panel of experts will discuss how to secure vital file transfer channels and how important the security, integrity and availability of these workflows are to the greater operational functions of organizations.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn how to secure file transfer workflows to ensure that data is both protected and transferred on-time, every time
  • Discover how a well-designed secure transfer solution can save your organization time and money


Brent Adonis

Sales Engineer for MOVEit, Progress

    Dr Victoria  Baines

    Visiting Research Fellow, University of Oxford

      James Coker

      Reporter, Infosecurity Magazine

      Professor Kevin  Curran

      Senior IEEE Member and Professor of Cybersecurity, Ulster University.

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