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Using FTP? How to Avoid Making Your Business an Easy Target for Cyber Attacks

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In a world where cyber threats are constantly evolving and becoming more targeted, sophisticated and lethal, combatting modern security risks requires modern solutions. File transfer protocol (FTP) has been critical to business-to-business communications for decades, but like many traditional security technologies and strategies it’s now an outdated protocol that could be putting your data at risk.

What’s more, many other common methods of file transfer – like file sharing applications or custom scripts – have their own inherent dangers to your business. 

In this webinar learn how to protect your company from data breaches, save time and reduce errors in the process as we discuss:

  • Challenges with traditional file transfer methods
  • How you can avoid security risks
  • The benefits of a managed file transfer solution


Jay Abbot

Founder and Managing Director, ASC

    Michael Hill

    Deputy Editor , Infosecurity Magazine

    Bob Luebbe

    President & Chief Architect, Linoma Software

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