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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 … Read More

7 Ways to Hacker-Proof Your Server

SFTP Server Security Best Practices Keeping your corporate servers safe is a constant concern for IT professionals. Typically, the first step in SFTP 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 … Read More

Defeat Hackers: 8 Simple Tips

With the threat of cyberattacks on the rise, keeping corporate servers safe is a constant concern for IT professionals. Typically the first step in FTP 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? Anti-hacking (password guessing) features on your … Read More

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 … Read More

Cyberattacks are on the Rise–Are You Sure Your Confidential Data is Secure?

If you are looking for a Managed File Transfer solution, PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) is likely a requirement on your security features checklist. PGP is a method of securing digital information originally developed to provide email privacy and authentication. Standard PGP is usually used to encrypt data “at rest.” But is Standard PGP enough? What … Read More

CUCM Backup: SFTP Server Configuration for CUCM Using Titan FTP Server

Cisco Unified Communications Manager is a software-based call-processing system developed by Cisco Systems. The software tracks all active VoIP network components including phones, check gateways, conference bridges, voicemail boxes and more. Due to the business-critical nature of the system, automated, secure backup is a requirement. Cisco Systems, Inc. has recommended Titan FTP Server Enterprise Edition as an approved backup server … Read More