While it is still a widely used and familiar method of file transfer, there are many misconceptions about FTP.
According to 2018 Cybersecurity Market Report, “Global cybersecurity spending will exceed $1 trillion from 2017 to 2021.” The upward trend in cybersecurity spending reflects the evolving cybersecurity landscape, with IT leaders facing a growing amount of security threats to the IT infrastructure.
If you are using FTP to transfer business data, then you are lacking the basic capabilities needed to sustain your organization in today's complex and fast-paced business environment. FTP does not provide the security, visibility and control needed to protect your important data transactions. Learn more about FTP risks and ways hackers can exploit its insecurities.
For individuals and organizations, File Transfer Protocol (FTP) has been the long time choice for ad hoc file transfers for more than forty years. But is FTP enough for today's complex and dynamic business environment?