Are SFTP and FTP The Same?

Presented by

Greg Mooney, Andrew Lorandos

About this talk

File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is the traditional file transfer protocol or the basic way of sharing files (think email attachments). Whereas, Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) is a protocol based on the network protocol SSH. SFTP uses a single connection and encrypts both authentication formation and data files being transferred. Essentially, SFTP adds an additional layer of security where FTP can leave your business exposed to cybercriminals and ‘bad-actors’. In this webinar, we’ll discuss the key differences between: - SFTP and FTP - MFT and SFTP - to ensure your file transfer activities are secure AND encrypted end-to-end SFTP was built from the ground up with security in mind. View this webinar on-demand and learn the fundamental differences between SFTP and FTP!
Related topics:

More from this channel

Upcoming talks (0)
On-demand talks (55)
Subscribers (4097)
Data is exploding. Digital devices are proliferating. Interfaces are taking new forms. Everything must be connected. Developers need to deliver more sophisticated apps, faster than ever before. View our webcasts on mobile application development, website personalization, IIoT, data connectivity and integrations and more.