Product Certifications and Partnerships

Globalscape has achieved substantial market recognition with several important certifications and partnerships for our secure information exchange solutions.

FIPS 140-2 Validation

FIPS 140-2 Validation

The Globalscape Cryptographic Module embedded in our managed file transfer products has achieved Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) 140-2 validation. The FIPS 140-2 validated cryptographic library ensures that file transfers meet the highest possible security standards.

US Army Certificate of Networthiness

US Army Certificate of Networthiness

Globalscape's managed file transfer products have received the Certificate of Networthiness (CoN) from the US Army Network Technology Command (NETCOM). The CoN signifies successful completion of a stringent assessment to ensure Army automated information systems are secure, supportable, sustainable, and interoperable.

Drummond AS-2 Certification

Drummond AS-2 Certification

Globalscape's AS2 add-on module is Drummond certified for compliance and interoperability per the AS2 standard. The AS2 add-on module allows manufacturing and retail customers to more efficiently and securely connect their supply chains to key suppliers and trading partners.

Cisco Developer Preferred Solution

Cisco Developer Preferred Solution

Globalscape is a Cisco Preferred Solution Provider as part of the program's Unified Communications solution category. In addition, Globalscape's managed file transfer products have successfully completed interoperability testing with Cisco Unified Communications Manager to support all SFTP-transfers.

Microsoft

Microsoft Certifications

Globalscape's EFT platform and Mail Express Outlook Add-On have been certified to work with Windows 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2012.

Microsoft Partner

Microsoft Partner: Gold Application Development

Globalscape is recognized by Microsoft with Gold Application Development competency. Globalscape's EFT platform, Mail Express, and CuteFTP are listed on Microsoft Pinpoint and are supported on Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012, and the SQL Database.

Hortonworks

Hortonworks Technology Partner

Hadoop is optimized for storing, processing, and analyzing very large sets of unstructured data often referred to as "big data." Hortonworks develops, distributes, and supports the only 100% Open Source distribution of Apache Hadoop. The partnership allows Globalscape to provide clients with a seamless transfer of data using our award-winning Enhanced File Transfer™ (EFT™) platform and Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) powered by Apache Hadoop.

Apple App Store

Apple Developer

Globalscape's Mobile Transfer Client, available on Apple mobile devices, allows employees, partners, and customers (with permission) to access corporate data on the EFT platform from their mobile devices, while keeping the data safe and secure within the organizational boundaries. The Mobile Transfer Client is available in the Apple iTunes store.

Google Play

Google Play Developer

Globalscape's Mobile Transfer Client, available on Android mobile devices, allows employees, partners, and customers (with permission) to access corporate data on the EFT platform from their mobile devices, while keeping the data safe and secure within the organizational boundaries. The Mobile Transfer Client is available in the Google Play store.

RSA Technology Partner

RSA Technology Partner

EFT is an RSA® Ready Technology Partner. EFT has been tested and certified by RSA® to be interoperable with industry-leading protocols. EFT provides HTTP and SFTP keyboard interactive login support for RSA and RADIUS pin creation.

SMS Passcode

SMS PASSCODE®

SMS PASSCODE’s multi-factor authentication platform is incorporated into Globalscape’s secure managed file transfer solution, Enhanced File Transfer (EFT).

Autodesk Developer Network (ADN)

Autodesk Developer Network (ADN)

Globalscape is a member of the Autodesk Developer Network (ADN). When you pair Autodesk® Revit® Worksharing capabilities with WAFS™ by Globalscape, users from locations around the world can access and share files over a WAN at local-area-network speeds. This means faster and more reliable element borrowing and multi-user access to entire worksets.

 

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