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Preparing for the Impact of PCI DSS 4.0

Stealing credit card data is a perennial favorite of cybercriminals everywhere, whose aggressive tactics to score sensitive accountholder details result in breach after breach for organizations small and large. In its most recent research on payment card fraud, The Nilson Report found $28.6 billion in losses for 2020 (nearly 36% in the U.S. alone), with $408 billion in losses projected by 2030...
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Modern Data Security for the Enterprise

In this guest blog, Christopher Wilder of Tag Cyber provides a high-level overview of how companies can layer security solutions to ensure their data is fully protected no matter where it resides, how it travels or is shared.
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What is the Data Security Lifecycle?

What is the data security lifecycle, and how does it impact your business? Discover the stages of the data security lifecycle, and how end-to-end encryption can help with your data protection.
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Open PGP for IBM i (iSeries)

GoAnywhere MFT for IBM i (iSeries) includes native commands for performing PGP encryption and decryption functions directly on the IBM i (formerly known as and often still called AS/400). These commands can be placed in CL programs, the job scheduler or run from IBM i menus. With GoAnywhere MFT, files can additionally be digitally signed with a private key on the IBM i. In turn, you can verify...
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IBM i MFT for Secure FTP and PGP

GoAnywhere MFT will automate and secure file transfers on the IBM i platform using Secure FTP, Open PGP and other popular protocols and encryption standards. GoAnywhere's IBM MFT can be installed on IBM iSeries - version 7.1 and higher on IBM Power Systems, as well as many other operating systems. Automates and secures file transfers with trading partners, customers and internal servers Provides...
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Think Mutual Bank Uses GoAnywhere MFT for Robust Features and PCI DSS Compliance

Industry: Banking and Finance About a year ago, Think Mutual Bank, a bank located in the Midwest, was searching for a way to transfer data between disparate banking systems. Although Think Bank’s core system is the IBM i, the business banking segment runs on MS SQL. Getting all the data into one place (the IBM i), then copying updated files back to the MS SQL system was a challenge that had to be...
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The State of Maryland DLLR Secures and Simplifies File Transfers with GoAnywhere

Maryland’s Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation (DLLR) must transfer sensitive data in a secure and reliable fashion. Besides the challenge of ensuring information is protected in transit, each DLLR trading partner requires information to be sent in different file formats, such as fixed width, Excel, CSV, or XML. The DLLR chose GoAnywhere to meet their growing file transfer needs and...
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Is Your Data REALLY Safe on the IBM i (AS/400)?

“AS/400 is built to be safe and reliable.” “No one makes viruses for the IBM i. There are no known cases of malware, either.” “IBM has amazing IBM i server security, so we don’t have to worry about vulnerabilities.” Do these statements sound familiar? Perhaps you’ve come across these claims in the industry, heard someone say something similar at an event, or maybe even said it yourself. Whether it...
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10 Ways GoAnywhere MFT can Improve Your Efficiency on the IBM i

Are you using homegrown processes in your organization to send files on the IBM i? Between the knowledge required to write and maintain file transfer scripts, the time spent on creating user profiles for every file recipient, and the hassle of solving connection problems so data is always delivered successfully, manual IBM i transfers can be exceedingly complicated. But they don’t have to be—as...