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FEATURED BLOG: Get the Guide: Meeting GDPR Requirements with GoAnywhere MFT

Learn how GoAnywhere MFT can help you meet and address several GDPR requirements in this in-depth data sheet.

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Take the PCI DSS Quiz, Win a Free Tablet!

Test your PCI DSS skills with this 3 minute quiz. Those that complete are entered into a drawing for a Google Pixel C tablet!

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10 Shocking PCI DSS Compliance Statistics

Find out surprising facts about PCI DSS compliance and how you can protect your business against data breaches.

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3 Data Breaches That May Have Been Avoided through PCI DSS Compliance

Learn how 3 major data breaches could have been prevented with PCI DSS compliance and secure managed file transfer.

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Are Your Data Transfers PCI DSS Compliant? Find Out with the Security Settings Audit Report from GoAnywhere.

GoAnywhere users have a quick and easy way to ensure that their GoAnywhere implementation is compliant with PCI DSS requirements for protecting data transfers: the Security Settings Audit Report.

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Get the Guide: Achieving PCI DSS Compliance with GoAnywhere MFT

PCI DSS compliance is based on twelve main requirements. We’ve put together a guide that demonstrates how GoAnywhere Managed File Transfer addresses several of them to help make PCI DSS Compliance easy.

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Take a Proactive Approach to New PCI DSS Standards

Wish there was a way to predict new PCI DSS standards before they are released? There is one document that might provide that helpful insight.

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GoAnywhere MFT Enters the Drummond AS2 Certification Queue

Linoma Software anticipates Drummond AS2 Certification for GoAnywhere MFT with the next release of version 5.1.0 this fall.

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PCI DSS 2.0

According to the Ponemon Institute survey, restricting access to card data on a "need-to-know basis" (PCI DSS Requirement #7) is still the most important PCI DSS requirement, but also the most difficult to achieve.

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