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Is PSN approval enough?

Anyone associated with local government right now is aware of the headache of PSN (Public Services Network) approval, the evidence trail, the multiple iterations and the tight timescales. However, with the constant squeeze on local authority budgets and the drive to working with partners to deliver services, is PSN enough?…

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Most UK firms lack data transfer visibility, Ipswitch study shows

In a recent article from Computer Weekly.com, Rich Kennelly, president of Ipswitch’s File Transfer division discussed the key findings of a recent study relating to the visibility of data movement in UK businesses. Needless to say, the stats were concerning to say the least…

Four out of five UK companies have little or no visibility of data movement, a study has revealed.…

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Dropbox Alternative – Day Two at InfoSecurity Europe

With the sun beating down outside you could have been mistaken in thinking the IT community would stay away from Earls Court, but day two of InfoSec was packed.

Pro2col had the pleasure of assisting on the Globalscape stand, on what is traditionally the busiest day.…

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Ipswitch MOVEit Ad Hoc shortlisted for SC Magazine Technology Award

Ipswitch File Transfer MOVEit Ad Hoc has been shortlisted by SC Magazine for a Technology Award in the category of ‘Best SME Security Solution’. Our secure person-to-person file transfer solution has been recognised among the most innovative products addressing the security demands of smaller enterprises today.…

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Are Employees Putting Your Company’s Data at Risk?

One of our key vendors, Ipswitch File Transfer conducted a survey of over 200 IT leaders and practitioners with security responsibilities about person-to-person file-sharing practices.  From the results that they gathered, this is what they found…

These results should alarm IT and security professionals.…

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Cloud File transfer Services Hosted in the UK are not subject to the Patriot Act

Over the years I’ve spoken to many clients about hosted data transfer systems, and the security implications of where your data is stored.  Generally there arelots of levels of sensitivity of data that a business might have. Sometimes the more commercial, cloud based technologies can fit, e.g.…
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Personal File Sharing in the Business: The Risks

It may be a new year, but we’re still facing the same old challenges on our return to the working world.  Personal file sharing is one of those challenges.  If employees are left to their own devices, the chances are they will turn to familiar consumer grade technologies such as Dropbox that were just not designed to adequately secure business data.…

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Socitm 2012: Managed File Transfer for Councils

We’ve been working closely with councils throughout the UK to simplify, secure and streamline their file transfer, so we couldn’t miss the opportunity to attend Socitm 2012; the No. 1 UK ICT event for councils.  The conference has kicked off today (here’s a breakdown of the programme) and the Pro2col team are ready and waiting to share the knowledge and experience that we have gained from working with councils to secure person-to-person file transfers and automate the movement of sensitive data into and out of the organisation.…

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Managed file transfer set back after Java vulnerability in Mac OSX

TechWeek Europe yesterday reported that Apple’s latest Java update for Mac OS X not only fixes a number of security flaws, it also removes the browser plug-in from the user’s system.  This is in response to long standing problems with Java vulnerabilities after six hundred thousand Apple Macs were infected with the Flashback worm earlier this year.…

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Managed File Transfer is for SMB’s too

Recent research suggests that the SMB sector is coming under an increasing number of cyber attacks from hackers and cyber criminals.  Figures published by Symantec revealed that the number of attacks on companies with fewer than 250 staff had doubled in the six months to June 2012.…

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