MOVEit DMZ Exceeds FFIEC Two-Factor Authentication Guidelines.
MOVEit DMZ servers are used by US banks, credit unions, and financial processing companies to safely transfer confidential customer and financial information (including ACH files) over the Internet. Messages and files can be securely exchanged via MOVEit DMZ using Web browsers and a variety of MOVEit and third-party clients that use the HTTPS, secure FTP over SSL (FTPS), or secure FTP over SSH2 (SFTP and SCP2) encrypted transport standards. MOVEit DMZ can support up to three-factor authentication using various combinations of passwords, SSL software or hardware certificates, SSH public keys ("fingerprints"), and specific IP addresses or address ranges.
In addition to the above, the next release of MOVEit DMZ in early November includes a virtual keyboard that enables users and administrators to enter their authentication data without it being captured by keyboard logging Trojans.
About MOVEit DMZ. Launched in 2001, MOVEit DMZ servers have been well received and widely deployed as enterprise-level secure file and message transfer solutions due to their unique combination of in-depth security, industrial strength stability, excellent operational flexibility, and good value.
About Standard Networks. Founded in 1989, privately-held Standard Networks is currently in its eighteenth year of professional and financial success, developing and supporting enterprise-level managed file transfer and processing software for its steadily expanding circle of licensees in the Americas, Asia, Australia and Europe.
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|Date:||Oct 4, 2006|
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