Fast & secure enterprise file transfer
Data-in-transit needs robust security without compromising speed of delivery. Learn how we can help with secure file transfers and mainframe security.
Protect automated & interactive access efficiently
Classic secure file transfers from a client to a server or between servers (automated file transfers) are still hugely popular in multi-technology environments.
When dealing with large organizations that have been in business for 10+ years, we often find that running in-house open source projects (like OpenSSH) causes a lot of operational overhead, configuration challenges and unmet support needs.
Learn how you can handle secure file transfers fast and efficiently in environments with any flavor of Unix, Linux and Windows operating systems - legacy or new.
Are data transmissions the weak link in mainframe security?
The all-cloud future is not quite here yet. Over the decades, mainframes have transformed into an integral component of IT infrastructure, today holding up to 80% of critical business data. Despite their robustness, mainframes are only as secure as their file transfers.
- Unprotected data-in-transit faces the risk of being exposed, increasing breaches, outages, compliance issues and TCO
- Secure mainframe file transfers are often difficult to set up and maintain for the uninitiated
- In-house solutions are often inefficient in their use of costly CPU cycles. This increases operating and administration costs, complexity, operational downtime and the likelihood of errors.
Quantum-ready protection for data centers and government sites
Governments and businesses around the world with remote branches and data centers need to secure their communications using strong encryption. Meeting regulatory requirements, like GDPR and NISD, is mandatory for most organizations. Confidential information in transit also needs to withstand even the most severe Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks..
At the same time, we are at the dawn of quantum computing. You can now create high-performance and ultra-secure virtual private networks on top of any IP network, public or private, using quantum-ready encryption.