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GoAnywhere Enhances Credit Union’s PCI DSS Compliance

Alliant credit union goanywhere case study

Organizations in the banking and finance industry spend a large portion of their time processing and tracking hundreds (to sometimes thousands) of file transfers a week. For many, ensuring that these transfers meet customer needs, follow security best practices, and remain 100% PCI DSS compliant is imperative to their success.

As a member-owned credit union headquartered in Illinois, Alliant Credit Union had all of these concerns—and more. They used a combination of different solutions and manual processes to run their file transfers, but with growing demands for PCI compliance, file transfer automation, and encryption, their current methods weren’t able to match their evolving business needs.

The team at Alliant Credit Union knew they needed a more robust system to handle their workload. During the evaluation phase, they were delighted by GoAnywhere MFT’s offerings for database integration and secure email transfer. Furthermore, GoAnywhere’s remote agents improved their PCI DSS compliance by automating their transfers and workflows on all systems from a central product deployment.

“By utilizing GoAnywhere Agents, we were able to use a secure channel to transmit this data. We now no longer use standard protocols like SMB ... for file transfers, which protects our data from unwanted network scanning.”

The benefits of using GoAnywhere go beyond the basics. With managed file transfer, Alliant Credit Union cut their transfer process time to a fraction of what it used to be. Database integration and CSV file automation helped them save money, and a shortened testing and approval process reduced team efforts and improved overall productivity.

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