Many organisations still rely on traditional FTP file transfer solutions to move sensitive data both inside and outside of the business. However, the fundamental security flaws associated with basic FTP means that this data is left wide open to attack from hackers. These flaws accompanied by the heightening of data security standards and powers of enforcement, mean the need for secure file transfer solutions has never been greater.
Here’s a selection of the key secure file transfer technologies that we recommend, however we do provide alternative solutions within our full portfolio.
Below is a list of solutions we highly recommend for Secure File Transfer. If you would like to find out more about our full product portfolio, please don’t hesitate to contact Pro2col on 0333 123 1240.
Secure File Transfer Protocols
As there are several different ways of sending and receiving files e.g. HTTP (via a web browser), FTP (client to server) and Email, there are a variety of security protocols used to secure communication channels.
Key secure file transfer protocols include:
- FTPS (FTP run over SSL/TLS)
- SFTP (SSH – Secure Shell protocol)
- PCI DSS
- Sarbanes Oxley
Recommended Secure File Transfer Software;
Axway Secure Transport
Axway SecureTransport is a multi-protocol Managed File Transfer (MFT) solution that makes it easy to create, secure and audit file transfers internally, over the Internet and over private IP networks…Read More
Cleo VLTrader offers you secure file transfer along with a product that is quick to install and simple to use. With Cleo VLTrader, you can consolidate and streamline all of your company’s file transfer processes and grow your connections and business easily…Read More
Cornerstone MFT uses industry-standard protocols to secure and guarantee file transfers, providing an alternative to complex VPN implementations. Cornerstone MFT events management can be configured to launch processes, send notifications or submit files to workflow systems…Read More
Globalscape EFT Server
Enhanced File Transfer (EFT) Server, the powerful SFTP server from GlobalSCAPE, helps you maintain the highest levels of information security for your organisation…Read More
GoAnywhere MFT™ is an enterprise-level solution which can manage all business file transfer needs through a single interface. Automate server-to-server file transfers and simplify person-to-person file sharing and collaboration. With extensive security controls and detailed audit trails, GoAnywhere MFT helps companies to comply with data privacy regulations and PCI DSS. Read More
MOVEit File Transfer (DMZ)
MOVEit Managed File Transfer supports the exchange of files and data between servers, systems and applications within and between organisations, as well as between groups and individuals using a common shared folder with simple browser access for users. Ease of access and secure file transfer that meets or exceeds an organisation’s security and compliance requirements…Read More
WS FTP Server
Ipswitch WS_FTP Server solutions deliver proven, secure and scalable file transfer that is easily installed and configured in a matter of minutes and enables powerful administrative control…Read More
JSCAPE MFT Server provides a highly secure method for exchanging data both internally and between trading partners that meets PCI DSS, SOX, HIPAA and GLBA compliance requirements. It simplifies file transfers by unifying all services and processes into a single platform independent solution…Read More
Secure File Transfer News
Thursday 22nd January 2015
If credit card processing or payments touch your organisation, the time is now to make sure you are in total compliance with Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS). Join us on this webinar to learn tips and best practices from security industry leading experts.
The Information Commissioners Office (ICO) is a government body set up to regulate those organisations which handle personally identifiable data. Retaining a register of companies and their nominated data handler ensures that the ICO can follow up on any reported data leaks or mishandling of data.