The Challenge of Remote File Transfer Security: Is Centralization the Answer?

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The shift to remote working has thrown up a number of significant security challenges to organizations, one of which relates to the exchange of files. With employees increasingly needing to collaborate from different locations and share sensitive corporate data across digital channels, organizations are at much higher risk of being breached.

Simply having secure data policies are not alone sufficient, and encrypted file exchange solutions must combine strong security with efficiency, otherwise staff will simply find ways round these protocols. In this session, a panel of experts will highlight the importance of centralization of tools in achieving great collaboration and security for the transfer of files, ensuring policies are adhered to.
 
In this session, we will discuss:

  • Why remote employees will often sidestep secure data policies
  • The security and collaboration challenges posed by using multiple vendor solutions and the importance of centralization
  • The importance of employee-friendly secure collaboration tools

Speakers

Michael Barford

Technical Consultant, HelpSystems

    Ed Moyle

    Partner, Security Curve

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