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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.
Does your business rely on the Secure Copy Protocol (SCP) to enable remote users to exchange files with each other and with customers and business partners? If so, it might be time to consider another approach!
With most office workers still working at home, the network has now become the major linkage between employees and their jobs.
The importance of online collaboration took a quantum leap as the COVID-19 pandemic forced just about every office worker to stay at home.
MD5 is still being used today as a hash function even though it has been exploited for years. In this article, we discuss what MD5 is; it's history, and how it is used today.
To this day, FTP (file transfer protocol) and the more secure SFTP (secure file transfer protocol) are still the most used standard to move files over the Web. It’s cost effective, quick and easy to deploy, and if used correctly in a regulated industry it keeps users...
Large scale data migrations are a grueling process. This is why multiple failovers and automation in a managed file transfer tool will be your best option in avoiding data loss or corruption.
It has taken a long time, but the medical community is finally embracing the information age. Thanks to the widespread adoption of toolsets such as Epic Systems, electronic health records (EHRs) are now making critical health information available when and where it is...