It brings up an interesting choice. By nature, SFTP and MFT solutions both work to protect data in transit. They both authenticate trading partner connections with a combination of user IDs, passwords, or keys, and they both help satisfy strict requirements for data security laws like PCI DSS, HIPAA, and the GDPR. So what’s the difference? Is one better than the other for your organization?
DMZ, your secret weapon for data security
GoAnywhere MFT customers can now use our PeSIT server to meet standards and accept communications from the banking industry all throughout Europe.
Extending the development of an already very close partnership, HelpSystems and ESBD, a company specializing in data security, have announced that they have strengthened the ESBD catalog by integrating the Clearswift DLP (Data Loss Prevention) solution.
If you think these three protocols are simply sequential updates from the 1990s’ AS1 protocol you’d be mistaken. Each protocol brings its own distinct features to the data transmission table. Here’s a few key differences between them.
Hyper Text Transfer Protocol (HTTP) and File Transfer Protocol (FTP) are both application layer protocols that can allow you to transfer files between two systems, but what’s the difference between them – and which one performs better? Or, is there a better solution that outperforms both? Read on to find out!