JSCAPE is pleased to announce the release of JSCAPE MFT Server 8.5. This is a major release including a number of enhancements, highlights of which include:
Managed File Transfer and Network Solutions
Rogue FTP servers can be a menace. Not only do they pose a serious threat to company privacy, they can also stand in the way of regulatory compliance. In this post, you'll learn where these servers come from, what specific dangers accompany them, and how they can be detected.
JSCAPE is pleased to announce the release of JSCAPE MFT Monitor 2.2. JSCAPE MFT Monitor is a software application developed to monitor the health and security of file transfer services. Using JSCAPE MFT Monitor you can ensure that file transfer services maintain a high level of reliability, performance and security. This release includes some minor bug fixes and enhancements which are described in the version history.
A lot of people who often send files just love FTP. The File Transfer Protocol allows users to transmit volumes of files over the Internet through uncomplicated FTP clients, some of which are already built-in in the two popular operating systems, Windows and Mac OS X. Sadly, this well-loved technology is not very secure. That's why people who craft regulations like PCI DSS are wary of it. They know that an attacker armed with a packet sniffer can easily obtain usernames and passwords just by sniffing an FTP connection.
JSCAPE is pleased to announce the release of JSCAPE MFT Server Plugin for Outlook 2010 (version 2.2). This release contains a number of usability enhancements and bug fixes.
Every year since 2010, Ponemon Institute conducts a research entitled "Cost of Cyber Crime Study". One of the main goals of the study is to quantify the economic impact of cyber attacks. This information is meant to help organizations determine the appropriate capital investment for countering these attacks or minimizing their impact.
*This post was updated on July 11, 2015
JSCAPE is pleased to announce the release of JSCAPE MFT Monitor. JSCAPE MFT Monitor is a software application developed to monitor the health and security of file transfer services.
"File transfer services are the backbone of many organizations data exchange processes. For an organization to function properly these critical file transfer services must offer reliability, high-performance and security." said Van Glass, CEO of JSCAPE.
The performance and reliability of file transfer services can greatly impact an organizations ability to conduct business with it's clients and trading partners. Left undetected, poor performing file transfer services can result in breaches of SLAs (Service Level Agreement), breakdown of internal processes, disappointed customers and possible loss of revenue.
Vast technological advancements in the Internet are spawning new breeds of professionals who have learned to take advantage of the Internet's ubiquity, connectivity, and speed. Among these professionals are legal support individuals known as virtual paralegals.
During the eDiscovery phase of civil litigation, lawyers may be given access to a lot of electronically stored information (ESI), some of which might be covered by certain laws/regulations. To avoid harsh penalties and preserve client confidence, attorneys must move to secure ESI especially during file sharing, when the information can be exposed to a variety of threats.
JSCAPE is pleased to announce the release of AnyClient 5.0. This release provides users with automatic two-way synchronization of site settings between their desktop installations of AnyClient and their AnyClient Web account.