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The adoption of public cloud computing makes user data less secure. And it's not for the reasons most in IT realize.
Like it or not, today’s world is a connected one, and data is shared at an alarming rate between mobile device users, company networks, and cloud services (including social networks).
Secure Shell (SSH) has been used for many years to remotely access systems, and a common need has been to transfer files to those systems, along with a standard terminal connection.
Nope, I haven’t lost my mind. “One is secure, the other isn’t,” you claim. But there’s more to it than that.
In today’s evolving workplace environment, companies like yours are more vulnerable than ever.
Sometimes private or sensitive data is sent over email without much thought towards who may be able to access that data other than the intended recipient.
What does the new merger of GoAnywhere and Globalscape mean for the managed file transfer market?
Sending large files by email was never a practical solution as there are too many variables involved between the sender and recipient.
The rapid digitization of manufacturing, especially with the interconnectivity of IoT, has resulted in novel and unprecedented cybersecurity risks.
Recently, I had a chance to talk with Arun Vishwanath about social engineering, legacy systems, and security vulnerabilities on home devices, such as routers, on the Defrag This podcast.