Raysync Transmission: 4 Ways to Improve Security of the File Transfer Solution
In recent years, data leakage and privacy incidents have become more and more common and costly. A study by Risk Based Security found that data leakage increased by more than 54% compared with the same period of last year. Meanwhile, IBM's annual data leakage cost report found that the average total cost of data leakage was close to 4 million dollars.
With more and more information interaction involved in enterprise business, these privacy-related user data are always targeted by criminals in the transfer process, which also makes the enterprises that collect, store and use a large amount of user data a headache, and have to spend a lot of energy to find a safe and efficient solution for enterprise large file transfer.
Below are four ways Raysync would help enhance your security posture, facilitate compliance, and help you improve the file transfer efficiency:
Scenario 1: You’re Still Using The Traditional File Transfer Protocol, Like FTP
Quite a few of our customers come to us using FTP or a homegrown file transfer solution. They’ve complained about the old system being unreliable, inflexible, and potentially insecure. They often find that their transfers tend to fail when network latency increases. Although FTP or the other solutions were good at a point in time, they have become too simple and ill-equipped to handle the data exchange needs of the modern enterprise. Is that mean enterprise should abandon the old way and choose a new solution?
Of course not, for many enterprises, FTP and some other old file transfer systems are essential in the business, which can't be replaced in a short time. Under this circumstance, Raysync has provided you various solutions, with Raysync FTP acceleration, and other large file transfer solutions like SDK application integration, it's neven been so easier to transfer your large file securely and quickly.
Scenario 2: You’re at Risk of Leaking of Supply Chian
The IT Security Economics report released by Kaspersky in 2019 shows that the data leakage incidents involving third-party suppliers (services and products) in large enterprises and small and medium-sized enterprises are 43% and 38% respectively. According to One Identity's survey, 94% of organizations grant third parties access to their networks, while 72% of organizations grant privileged access. However, only 22% were convinced that the third party did not access unauthorized information, while 18% reported that the third party's access caused violations.
It is a method to guarantee enterprise information security for suppliers to sign security policy agreement or service level agreement. Agreements or contracts can protect security to a certain extent, but for enterprises, the most important thing is to choose a reliable and secure third-party file transfer service provider. A secure enterprise-level large file transfer solution is the foundation to ensure reliable network, information security, and stable transfer.
Scenario 3: You're Underestimating the Network Security Priorities
In news reports, we often see data leakage incidents of large enterprises, but the fact is that small and medium-sized enterprises are most vulnerable to network attacks. Unfortunately, many SME executives are the least likely to give priority to network security plans. According to a study conducted by Keep Security, 66% of small and medium-sized enterprises do not believe that it will cause data leakage. Dramatically, the evidence of the Ponemon Institute shows that 67% of small and medium-sized enterprises suffered serious cyberattacks last year.
Facing the same network environment, threats will not only target large enterprises. When small and medium-sized enterprises choose large file solutions, the assessment of safety factor should not be ignored. The TLS+AES-256 encryption algorithm is an enterprise-level file transfer expert who can achieve the international top financial security. The design of multiple versions (traffic version, professional version, and enterprise version) of Raysync Transmission can well meet the file transfer needs of small and medium-sized enterprises or large enterprises.
Scenario 4: You Have Lost Visibility into the Data on Your Network and Who Has Access to It
Maintaining visibility and control of your organization’s network can prevent expensive security breaches. You must know what data you have on your network, and you must be diligent about who can access that data. Poor visibility can lead to proprietary data falling into the wrong hands or breaking compliance regulations. That can damage your reputation and costs literally millions of dollars in fines and litigation.
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