GT News, an association for financial professionals, just posted an article on managed file transfer titled “Data: Transferring the Burden Under PCI DSS” written Jonathan Lampe, VP of Product Management at Ipswitch.
“When evaluating for data security technology, a company should look at four categories: confidentiality, integrity, availability, and auditing. These headlines are designed to assist in assessing whether a data technology or process is likely to provide one-time compliance for the purposes of PCI DSS.”
This article is a very informative read for people living/coping with PCI DSS compliance and looking for a detailed application of MFT solutions to the 12 PCI DSS requirements. It’s also a good read for people that simply want to know more about MFT and want to learn about Jonathan’s framework for evaluating data security technologies.
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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