Moving from FTP to MFT for Security, Functionality and Data Transfer Compliance

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Many companies still use custom scripts or manual processes to exchange information with customers, partners or other locations. However, this can create security headaches and be a laborious process. However there are solutions, including using managed file transfer, that can offer a more secure option.

In this webinar, we will look at why using file transfer protocol (FTP) and other insecure, manual methods are a threat to your organization’s cybersecurity, and how compliant data transfer should be considered given current political activities.

Key takeaways:

  • Why centralized file transfer should be a consideration
  • Why you need to consider your data transfer policy before the Brexit deadline
  • How Operation Yellowhammer will affect data transfer

  • How to adopt a scalable product that is easy to manage and use
  • Ways to migrate from using FTP scripts or similar methods to transfer files


Stephen Mabbutt

Technical Services Manager, Fortra

    Neha Thethi

    Senior Information Security Analyst , BH Consulting

    Tash Whitaker

    Global data privacy director, Whitaker Solutions

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