SOURCE: Ipswitch

April 21, 2008 11:28 ET

Ipswitch, Inc. to Host STORES Magazine Webinar: Will Your Business Be the Next Data Breach Headline?

Rick Gallagher of STORES Magazine to Moderate Discussion With Founder of PCI Knowledge Base and Ipswitch's VP of Product Development

LEXINGTON, MA--(Marketwire - April 21, 2008) - Ipswitch File Transfer Division, a developer of secure and managed file transfer solutions, today announced it will host a free Webinar titled, "Will Your Business be the Next Data Breach Headline?" Over 100 million files fall victim to security breaches each year in a variety of different ways -- through external hacker breaches, network security lapses, insecure data in motion transfers -- they have one thing in common: a too casual approach to data protection. This Webinar will cover the assessment of security breach risks and the fundamental questions that need to be answered in order to create a solid defense.

This Webinar will address questions such as:

--  Who has access to your sensitive files and data?
--  What is the impact if your sensitive company information is
    compromised?
--  When and what is the information being exchanged?
--  Where and to whom is your data being sent?
--  Why would you let employees/partners share your files over insecure
    FTP, email or IM?
--  How does regulatory compliance affect the way your data needs to be
    handled and audited?
    

Webinar Details:

Topic: Will Your Business be the Next Data Breach Headline?

Date:  Thursday, April 24, 2008

Time:  12:00 p.m. EDT

Who:   Moderator
       Rick Gallagher, Publisher, STORES Magazine and Lpinformation

       Speakers
       Dr. David Taylor, CISSP, Founder of PCI Knowledge Base

       Kevin Gillis, Vice President of Product Management and Development,
       File Transfer Division, Ipswitch, Inc.
       PCI Security Standards Council Member

Registration: http://www.iian.ibeam.com/events/nrfe001/26023/index.jsp?adid=pressrelease

All attendees will receive an exclusive look at the PCI Knowledge Base's findings along with Ipswitch's PCI DSS' Compliance Matrix.

Ipswitch's WS_FTP Professional and WS_FTP Server applications have revolutionized the Secure File Transfer landscape with industry-leading security capabilities. With support for secure SSL and SSH protocols, 256-bit AES transport encryption, OpenPGP file encryption, SHA-512 file integrity, Digital Certificate Management, and strong password policies, Ipswitch's Secure File Transfer products enable members of the retail industry and companies with responsibility over private data to move and share that information freely and securely without endangering their customer's personal information.

About Ipswitch File Transfer

Ipswitch File Transfer develops and markets a wide range of innovative secure and managed file transfer solutions. For over 15 years Ipswitch brands, WS_FTP® and MOVEit®, have delivered the world's most popular file transfer solutions to over 40 million users in the home, small office, home office (SOHO), small-to-medium business (SMB), mid market and enterprise markets. Visit www.IpswitchFT.com for more information on the Ipswitch File Transfer division and its range of products for any of your file transfer needs.

About Ipswitch, Inc.

Ipswitch develops and markets innovative IT software that is easy to learn and use. More than 100 million people worldwide use Ipswitch software to monitor their networks with Ipswitch WhatsUp®, transfer files over the Internet using the market leading WS_FTP® and MOVEit® brands of secure and managed file transfer clients and servers and communicate via Ipswitch Imail™ Server. For product and sales information, write to info@ipswitch.com or visit http://www.ipswitch.com. Ipswitch values community involvement; visit http://icare.ipswitch.com to find out how to become involved. Visit www.ipswitch.com for more information on the company.

Ipswitch, WS_FTP and WhatsUp are registered trademarks of Ipswitch, Inc. IMail Server is a trademark of Ipswitch, Inc. All other product names are the property of their respective owners.

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