Improving Security and Efficiency of File Transfers

Cybersecurity expert Chris Bailey will share the state of file transfer insecurity and how to improve the security of daily file transfers, including: What data is most valuable; What makes file transfers so insecure; Common file transfers pitfalls; Tips for combatting file transfer insecurity.

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This FREE webinar was recorded on:
09 June, 2021
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT

Risks and insecurities are everywhere, but sometimes the most common occurrences are the hardest ones to spot. With organizations performing an average of 5,000+ routine/structured file transfers each week- reviewing and employing best practices for how to securely move sensitive files is mission critical.

Human error, file transfer inefficiency, and subpar encryption processes are common challenges when sharing files with employees, Chris Bailey will share the state of file transfer insecurity and how to improve the security of daily file transfers, including:

  • What data is most valuable
  • What makes file transfers so insecure
  • Common file transfers pitfalls
  • Tips for combatting file transfer insecurity

Key Takeaways Include:

  • Maintaining security while exchanging data in and out of the organization
  • Efficiently managing the exponential increase of data and security requirements

Speaker

Chris Bailey
Product Manager- Data Security and File Acceleration
HelpSystems

Chris Bailey is the co-founder and former CEO of FileCatalyst, which was acquired by HelpSystems in January of 2021. Chris's new role is to ensure the HelpSystems data security products (which now includes FileCatalyst) remain best of breed individual solutions, but may also be combined into cohesive data security solutions. Bailey received a BSc in computer science from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada. He holds a patent for the core protocol used by FileCatalyst to accelerate file transfers. Bailey has accepted 2 Emmy Awards on behalf of FileCatalyst for pioneering accelerated file transfer for the broadcast industry and for his work with the NBC Olympics on the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi. In 2016, Bailey received a Top 40 under Forty award in Ottawa for his achievements in business. He is an expert in file transfer and cloud technologies and frequently speaks at industry events.

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