Globalscape EFT’s new Content Integrity Control™ module provides an Internet Content Adaptation Protocol (ICAP) connector to anti-malware scanners and data loss prevention (DLP) solutions, helping IT teams control and monitor the movement of sensitive files and avoid infected files.
Preventing the Leakage of Sensitive Data
Employees often transfer files outside of their organisation when doing business. Occasionally, they might transfer a file that contains sensitive information about the company, its employees, partners or its customers. To stay compliant with the many government and industry regulations like HIPAA, SOX and PCI DSS, to name a few, organisations must use a secure file transfer solution that prevents data leakage. EFT with Content Integrity Control allows for anti-malware and DLP protection through ICAP connectors to anti-malware scanners and DLP solutions, enabling IT teams to better control and monitor the movement of sensitive files and avoid infected files.
Integrating EFT with Content Integrity Control in Your Security Infrastructure
- Ensures transfers are free of malware
- Ensures that employees are not sharing confidential or proprietary information
- Ensures that no transfers contain nonpublic information, such as PHI (protected health information) and PFI (personal financial information)
- Helps you maintain compliance with PCI DSS 3.0 DLP requirements.
James Bindseil, CEO of Globalscape says
“It is imperative that organisations remain in control of their sensitive information. Often we see data breaches at the hands of employees, resulting in compliance violations. With Content Integrity Control which allows for DLP and AV Protection in EFT, we are continuing our forward progress in enabling IT teams to use added layers of security measures to control and monitor the movement of their sensitive information.”
If you are interested in learning more about the Content Integrity Control module for EFT or would like a demonstration, please call the Pro2col team on 0333 123 1240.