Don’t miss our upcoming live webinar led by Chief Architect Bob Luebbe!
Get Your FTP Server in Compliance
Thursday, January 31 at Noon Central
With the recently added rules for the Healthcare Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) that now holds trading partners and business associates accountable if they also handle patient data, it’s a good time to review whether your FTP server is updated and ready to meet compliance requirements. Learn how to keep your data as well as trading partner files protected within your network and still allow external access without opening inbound network ports. You can also see a demo of Linoma Software’s GoAnywhere™, a managed file transfer solution that includes a secure FTP server and a reverse proxy DMZ gateway with clustering and load balancing capabilities to ensure high availability.
IBM i Encryption Made Easy with DB2 Field Procedures
Now Available On Demand
During this recorded webinar, you can learn about how to make the DB2 Field Procedures Tool in IBM version 7.1 work even more efficiently as part of a more comprehensive solution, one that makes it easier to implement encryption, manage keys, and generate auditing reports so important for meeting compliance regulations like HIPAA and PCI DSS,. You can also see a demo of Linoma’s popular encryption software Crypto Complete.
All of our webinars are recorded, so if you register and are not able to attend live, you’ll be able to review the webinar at a more convenient time.
We look forward to having you join us and will be happy to answer any questions you have.
For years we’ve received emails, phone calls, and comments at trade shows about how much our customers appreciate our support team, and we’re always so glad to hear that. Our dual missions at Linoma Software is to develop (and enhance) the best possible products and to provide exceptional support for those products.
Our core support team is the first to arrive* and the last to leave each day, and between scheduled trainings, emails, online chats and phone calls, they patiently work through any questions a customer may have, and happily pass along suggestions for enhancements to our development team.
We invite you to watch this video, and if you’ve had a good experience with someone from our support team, please let us know. You can leave a comment below, email us, call us, or write a quick note on LinkedIn. We could even make you a video star!
We love patting our support folks on the back for a job well done, and thank you for your rave reviews.
**Ok, the developers are here early and stay late, too! Sometimes really late!
Today is another unfortunate reminder that no matter the size of a company or its industry, a data breach makes headlines.
Not only does it attract negative attention and erode customer confidence, an announcement that your company’s data has or may have been compromised can result in some steep financial penalties. If fines associated with violating regulations like HIPAA or state privacy laws don’t get you, potential lawsuits might.
Take LinkedIn, for example. Earlier this month, the social network of business professionals reported that nearly 6.5 million encrypted passwords had been leaked online.
Today, Mashable.com reports that LinkedIn is facing a $5 million civil lawsuit from a user claiming that LinkedIn’s security policy violated industry standards for database security.
There really are no lessons for the rest of us to learn from this latest breach, because most of us already know what we’re supposed to do.
- Keep passwords secure, reasonably complex, and change them regularly.
- Ensure your company is using only the most secure encryption standards like AES or Open PGP.
- Stay abreast of the latest news and techniques for keeping your company security policies and practices up to date and as impenetrable as possible.
- Invest in solutions that streamline your data encryption processes, that include comprehensive auditing and reporting tools, and that ensure the security of your data at rest and in motion.
The question is how much longer can you postpone taking these steps to ensure that your company isn’t making news next week with an embarrassing and costly data breach?
If you’d like to learn more about how you could benefit from simplifying, automating, and securing your file transfers, join us on Thursday, June 14 from 12:00-1:00 pm CDT for a free webinar that will outline the dangers of traditional FTP, and then focus on alternatives that not only keep your sensitive data more secure, but give you more control and better tracking of the entire file transfer process.
Beyond FTP: Automating and Securing File Transfers
Thursday, June 14, 2012
For more information or to register for this event,
please visit our webinar registration page.
For a real life example of the benefits of managed file transfer, check out this System i manager’s story.
Ernie Iannucci from AF&L Insurance Company describes how much time and headache his IT team saved when they transitioned from doing each transfer manually to implementing a managed file transfer solution.
Watch Ernie’s story now