Security breaches are occurring at an alarming rate as cybercriminals continue to successfully infiltrate the IT infrastructures of organizations across many industries.
IT keeps schooling you about the dangers of Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, and other online file-sharing services. But you still need to collaborate with your colleagues as well as your customers and business partners.
You likely already realize that file transfers using the file transfer protocol (FTP) expose your sensitive data to high risks.
Nearly a million servers around the world still run the unsecure legacy FTP protocol and are actually configured for ‘anonymous’ access. Not good.
Just what is network flow monitoring? To put it simply, network flow monitoring is a way of looking into the actual traffic flowing across a network.
In your efforts to secure critical business and personal data, don't forget your file transfer and data sharing systems. One often overlooked area that can leave you vulnerable to cyber attack are outdated or under-managed FTP servers.
“Make Life Simple!” Isn’t that the mantra for just about every network infrastructure administrator? They’re constantly fighting fires and responding to urgent calls—not only from end users, but also other members of the IT team that complain about the performance of a...
Network admins and IT engineers at companies that need to update their file transfer processes face a critical mission: making sure digital assets always remain safe and protected against lurking cybercriminals.
You've probably heard the axiom 'in an information economy, data is king' and know that data theft, has become a multi-billion-dollar global industry. You have likely arrived at the point where the daily transfer of files and documents between internal system and...
CIOs, CISOs, data protection officers and compliance managers who work for businesses that interact with citizens in the European Union (EU) now need to be on-guard. The countdown for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which went into effect May 25, is over.