Exchanging files with customers and trading partners is commonplace in today's global economy, but keeping that data secure remains a difficult challenge. Add to that the various compliance regulations governing data security, including PCI DSS, HIPAA, SOX, GBLA and more.
A common approach for protecting internal/private networks is for companies to install file sharing services (e.g. FTP/S, SFTP, HTTP/S servers) in a public zone for trading partners to access. When those servers and files leave the safety of the private network, however, companies then risk the exposure of those services and data to outside attacks.
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