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An Open Letter to the Software Industry

By SRT CEO, Michael Ryan One patch. That’s all it took to cause a data breach that exposed personal information of nearly 146 million Americans. A single employee, somewhere within the Equifax chain of command, failed to install a software patch. A patch that had been available for months. A patch that could have prevented […]

Don’t be an Easy Target: 7 Ways to Keep Your Server Secure

Keeping corporate servers safe is a constant concern for IT professionals. Typically, the first step in Secure File Transfer server security is choosing a secure protocol such as FTP/S or SFTP. Sometimes, that’s not possible, so what other security measures can you take? The most important thing to focus on is to not be an […]

Not All Encrypted Storage is Secure

By SRT CEO Michael Ryan Sensitive and confidential documents stored on your servers need to be protected.  PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) Encryption is likely a requirement on your security checklist. PGP is a method of securing digital information and is usually used to encrypt data “at rest.” Not all PGP implementations offer complete point-to-point security. […]

Server Downtime: Are YOU Doing Enough to Prevent it?

Did you know that many of the websites you visit regularly, such as Amazon.com, are clustered & scalable websites? As customers access these websites, the network load balancers monitor the incoming traffic, distributing traffic across multiple servers. Clustering keeps day-to-day operations running smoothly, so you don’t have to worry about any server downtime. Is your business […]

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