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Case Study: File Transfer Solution To Protect Law Firm's Confidential Data

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Nearly 90 percent of respondents in a recent survey* admitted to using thumb drives or other external devices to move work-related files – posing a huge security risk to organizations.

For large enterprises such as Stephenson Harwood who are dealing with highly sensitive information, data security is imperative. 

They were looking for a solution that is completely secure, quick and easy to set up transfers, could handle large files, create an audit log of what had been transferred in and out and also provide confirmation to the client. 

After doing research, they figured out the best solution to help manage and share its data while providing security, integrity and versioning.

* The Ipswitch survey was conducted of over 100 RSA conference attendees during the San Francisco event in March 2010.