Learn what EFT stands for and how this robust managed file transfer solution from Globalscape can help you today.
Minimize Downtime with Secure File Transfer The ability for employees to have continuous, seamless access to organizational data and applications is critical to business continuity.
Evaluating a file transfer solution should consider real user reviews, third-party ratings, demos and trials for the best fit for your organization.
Moving data introduces complexities and vulnerabilities into processes for many organizations. Learn about the data security lifecycle, and how you can achieve end-to-end encryption and protection.
Managed file transfer gives insurance companies the tools to secure data shared internally and externally while meeting regulatory requirements.
Discover the security and compliance capabilities within managed file transfer that enable you to meet industry regulations and protect sensitive data.
What is the Enterprise Actions Module, and how can it help automate your file transfer processes? Read the blog to learn more.
Meeting compliance requirements such as HIPAA, PCI DSS and others is tricky and time consuming. Employing HITRUST, however, helps simplify and provide data security assurance.
Compare MFT to SFTP. Both of these secure file transfer options ensure sensitive data arrives intact, but which is better?
Whether you’re new to MFT of replacing existing software, an MFT trial is essential. Here’s what you’ll find from a Globalscape EFT free trial.
Preparing for a disaster means putting the resources that get you back in business quickly in place. A secondary instance of your secure file transfer technology is an important step in this preparation.
Re-evaluating your cybersecurity program may not be top-of-mind, but it’s an essential step to upping your cyber resilience. Read on to discover ways to re-evaluate and strengthen your existing policy and response plan.
Data privacy, data protection, and compliance overlap in key areas, but each are unique concepts. Learn what they have in common, what makes them different, and how you can successfully comply with data privacy and protection requirements.
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