VitalSigns for FTP | VFTP | Videos and Slide Shows
See video recordings and slide shows from our series of educational webinars about mainframe management and monitoring, and securing file transfers to and from mainframe z/OS.
VitalSigns for FTP & SSH Tectia: Cost Effective, End-to-End Security for All z/OS File Transfers
Webinar, Dec. 2016, hosted by SHARE. Presenters: Stu Henderson of Henderson Group & Colin van der Ross of Software Diversified Services
VFTP-SSH: Cost Effective, End-to-End Security for All z/OS File Transfers
Webinar, Feb. 2016. Presenters: Stu Henderson, Bob Thomas. VFTP and SSH: A software collaboration to deliver complete and effortless FTP security for all file transfers and data-in-transit.
Peel Back the Layers - How to Secure your Mainframe Files
Webinar, 22 Jan. 2015, hosted by IBM Systems magazine
Securing Enterprise Data at Rest and in Motion
Webinar, February 2014
- Hosted by SHARE, Colin van der Ross on E-Business Server, VFTP, and other means of securing data
Peeling The Onion: The Solution Layers
Webinar, July 2012, Jan. 2012
- Securing Data at Rest and in Transit
Peeling The Onion: FTP--A Tutorial
Webinar, June 2012, Nov. 2011
- Make sense of the options for secure file transfer: SFTP, SSH, FTPS
Is Your z/OS Mainframe FTP Secure?
Webinar, March 2011
- Why your FTP is vulnerable, and why it must be a secure resource.
- How to uncover vulnerabilities early and put audit trails in place that ensure compliance with corporate standards and government mandates such as PCI.
- How VFTP's added mainframe visibility can help you to tighten security, improve reliability, and strengthen your controls of your mainframe FTP.
- How VFTP can help you diagnose FTP problems and automate FTP transfer management.
Challenges of FTP: Security, Automation and Auditing
Seminar, SHARE, Austin, March 2009
- FTP is the data transfer application of choice for many sites.
- But at significant risk.
- This session presents solutions regarding authentication, encryption, data security, regulatory compliance, auditing, automation, nonrepudiation, control, and monitoring.