JSCAPE’s Accelerated File Transfer Protocol is a hybrid UDP/TCP data transfer protocol that accelerates file transfers over high-latency networks, enabling high-speed transfers up to 100 times faster than TCP-based transfers.
Optimize throughput for long-distance transfers without network conditions like network latency or packet loss
Use AFTP file transfers to execute on schedule or trigger by specific events
Get high-availability and a centralized configuration datastore to provide consistency and reliability
Empower self-service across your enterprise for common transfers and tasks
JSCAPE Triggers make it easy to automate your file transfer processes without custom scripts. JSCAPE’s low-code workflow automation engine can be used to collect and prepare data, rename files, alert trading partners and much more. Streamline real-time data exchanges with any trading partners.
JSCAPE simplifies compliance with HIPAA, PCI DSS, SOX and other data security requirements by providing a range of features and functionality:
Use synchronous or asynchronous MDN (Message Disposition Notification) to enforce non-repudiation and authenticate transfers with digital signatures
Implement access control with two-factor authentication with granular permissions and single sign-on to prevent unauthorized access
Gain visibility into all user and administrative activity, with full audit trails
JSCAPE MFT Server is a one-stop-shop for all your file transfer needs. Send files anywhere regardless of underlying technology.
Any File Type: JSCAPE does not impose file size limitations or other restrictions so you can transfer any files you need, including XML
Any Protocol: AS2, FTP/S, SFTP, HTTP/S, WebDAV, Cloud and more
Any Platform: Any operating system (Windows, Linux, Solaris, MacOS X and more) or cloud service (Microsoft Azure, AWS and more), including SaaS
No, FTP is not HIPAA compliant, and the FBI has even warned about FTP server vulnerability. In most cases, healthcare providers and other HIPAA-covered entities will use an SFTP server to secure PHI and to maintain data privacy.
Yes, SFTP provides functionality that helps organizations meet the requirements in the Health Insurance Portability And Accountability Act (HIPAA). SFTP uses SSH to encrypt and secure data transfers over network connections, with support for AES, while providing access controls that help organizations maintain HIPAA compliance.
HIPAA-compliant FTP requires the use of secure file transfer protocols such as SSH and TLS/SSL, which secure FTP servers do not readily support. This is why most organizations use SFTP servers or MFT servers such as JSCAPE, which provide additional layers of security to prevent data breaches.
Yes, JSCAPE supports HIPAA-compliant file sharing. JSCAPE is a managed file transfer solution that supports all protocols needed to meet HIPAA security rules, with features and capabilities to help secure medical records, ePHI, data center, cloud storage and more.