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which is better: an SFTP solution or an MFT solution?

FEATURED BLOG: Which is Better: SFTP vs. MFT?

SFTP or MFT file transfer solutions? That is the question. In this article, we compare secure FTP protocol solutions to MFT solutions to determine why an organization might need to choose one over the other.

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Key made out of code. File encryption software helps you keep your data under lock and key.

What is File Encryption Software?

File encryption software is a tool that encodes data for better security. Encryption is essential to both cybersecurity and compliance. Learn how file encryption software is used to safeguard data worldwide.

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The right file encryption software

Why You Should Use File Encryption Software

Encryption is the “key” to keeping your data safe. File encryption software that secures sensitive files at rest and in motion is essential when it comes to guarding against cyber threats and complying with regulations.

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How Encryption Works: Everything You Need to Know

Encrypting files helps defend against cybersecurity threats. Learn more about how it works and what method, combined with GoAnywhere MFT, is recommended depending on your specific needs.

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Are SSH and SFTP the Same?

Are SSH and SFTP the Same?

SSH and SFTP are a classic pair. However, they are not the same thing: one is a secure transport layer, and the other is a file transfer protocol. Read our blog for more on the relationship between SSH and SFTP.

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encrypt files in Linux with PGP encryption software

How to Encrypt Files in Linux

Open PGP, GPG, ZIP, and AES are the top contenders for protecting sensitive Linux files at rest. Here’s how to determine which method is right for you, and recommended encryption tools to use.

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