MFT Server Promotes Security & Productivity

South River Technologies launched a major update to the Cornerstone Managed File Transfer (MFT) Server to keep users ahead of the latest security threats, allowing them to focus on advancing their business rather than on threat prevention. According to the Ponemon Institute, the average cost of a single cyberattack is estimated at $5 million, with $1.25 million—a quarter of the total—attributable to system downtime, and another $1.5 million (30 percent) to IT and end-user productivity loss. The latest release of Cornerstone MFT promises to reduce the burden of managing security, enabling companies to devote more time to productivity.

 

Cornerstone MFT Server Version 2019 includes updates to the latest publicly available security technologies to ensure the safety of data transfer and storage. Unsecure web connections can also be a source of threats, so this release includes the capability to automatically redirect to secure online connections. To learn more, checkout Cornerstone MFT and/or call 866-861-9483.

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