This week’s NASDAQ data breach has raised serious questions about the security of the US stock exchange and clearinghouses – not to mention further shaken an already fragile investor confidence.
My head is spinning just contemplating the possible ramifications if this network breach had resulted in the theft of non-public inside information that could be used illegally to gain a stock trading advantage!
Ipswitch’s Frank Kenney shares some additional thoughts on this week’s NASDAQ breach, including why it’s so critical that your software/service providers be held accountable for the security and privacy of your files and data. The confidentiality of your information may very well depend on it.
Hugh Garber is the Senior Product Marketing Manager at Ipswitch, responsible for leading the product marketing, segmentation, and messaging efforts for the company’s secure and managed file transfer solutions. He is also an avid Ipswitch blogger, conveying his views with humor and a sharp edge. With two decades of experience crafting messaging, launching products and enabling sales teams, Hugh brings a wide range of knowledge and creativity to the Ipswitch File Transfer team.
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