Posts Tagged ‘data security’

Managed File Transfer in Action – Part 1

A well known utilities company in Yorkshire were using multiple legacy systems and 2 disparate FTP solutions to move data into, out of and around their organisation. …

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A Secure Alternative to Dropbox – Welcome to Managed File Transfer

Once again here we are discussing Dropbox as they attempt to minimise the damage to the company brand following the latest reports announcing a further security breach.…

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An update from Infosecurity 2012

Yesterday was the first day of Infosecurity 2012 one of, if not the biggest IT Security Shows in Europe – and it was a busy one.  …

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Data: Transferring the Burden Under PCI DSS

GT News have just published a great article written by Jonathan Lampe (Vice President of Product Management at Ipswitch) regarding data transfer requirements under PCI DSS.  …

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Positive results for Pro2col and co-exhibitors at Infosecurity

We made the decision to attend Infosecurity for the first time this year, with the intent of affirming Pro2col’s position as the UK’s leading supplier and integrator of secure file transfer technologies, with a range of carefully selected products designed to meet the requirements of any business.  …

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Half a million reasons to beware!

Today was the day that the ICO’s got the power to fine companies for data breaches with the amendments to the Data Protection Act finally coming into force.  …

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