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Laws and regulations impacting IT are now reshaping how companies exchange information. To achieve compliance with regulations like HIPAA, PCI-DSS, SOX, EU Data Protection Directive, Australian Privacy Principles and others, companies are compelled to make sure the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of data is preserved whether at rest or in motion.

Unfortunately, because most IT systems don’t have adequate security built-in, establishing compliant data exchanges normally entails system integration solutions that usually turn out to be too costly, noticeably disjointed, and extremely hard to maintain.

That’s why JSCAPE MFT Server is perfect for today’s business environment. Packed with a cohesive suite of enterprise-class security features for data/file transfers, this managed file transfer server can easily meet not only regulatory compliance requirements but also stringent security and business goals right out of the box.

Features and Benefits

bullet square blueConfidentiality - Data-in-motion encryption (e.g. via SFTP, FTPS, or HTTPS) and data-at-rest encryption (e.g. via PGP) help preserve confidentiality of sensitive information

bullet square blueData integrity - Protocols like SSH and SSL already include data integrity mechanisms that determine whether transmitted data has been tampered

bullet square blueNon-repudiation - Protocols like AS2 come with mechanisms that confirm when messages have been successfully delivered to intended recipients

bullet square blueAvailability - Failover and cluster capabilities make it easy to establish high availability and business continuity-ready file transfer services

bullet square blueAuthentication - A wide selection of authentication methods (including passwords, 2-factor, LDAP, Web SSO, etc.) provide organizations the flexibility to choose whichever suits them

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