Revolutionizing MFT with the Content Firewall

How Security-First Architecture Changes the Game

Managed File Transfer (MFT) requires a new, security-first architecture to combat the exponential rise of insider threats and malicious attacks, and meet today’s stringent compliance standards such as NIST 800-53 and GDPR. While traditional MFT offers better security than SFTP, it leaves databases and repositories exposed on your servers, and leaves governance up to your workflow developers. See how the Kiteworks content firewall revolutionizes MFT with an architecture that builds security in from the ground up.

Key Takeaways:

  • A hardened virtual appliance following zero-trust principles locks down your data and metadata by default.
  • Seamless unification of MFT with best-of-breed secure email and file sharing provides consistent, centralized governance, and enables detection of cross-channel security anomalies.
  • Visual and form-driven authoring tools—backed by centralized governance policies—break your dependence on highly-trained developers and enforce controls that prevent leaks and exfiltration.

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Learn how to improve MFT security through an enterprise content firewall.