Previously Bluecoat proxy allows access to SendThisFile service but sometime in
May, Bluecoat proxy has blocked it as "potential data loss/leakage".
I can see that SendThisFile has options for files transfer via PCs/laptops/emails
though previously when I could access, they have good encryptions etc. Don't
recall SendThisFile is HIPAA & PCI certified.
What about IPSwitch (refers to link below):
It's PCI & HIPAA certified but what else sets it apart from SendThisFile that it's
not a potential data loss/leakage source? Some major insurance companies
want to exchange files with us using IPSwitch.
What I can think off are whether IPSwitch can restrict such that:
a) use only sftp that IPSwitch offers, not ftps (correct me, but I believe ftps is
less secure than sftp)
b) don't allow transfer via PCs at both sender/recipients ends but this is
something controlled at recipient/sender's ends right? Not by IPSwitch
or unless IPSwitch has an option that restricts connections from servers
IP addresses of senders & recipients - does it have this option?
c) how is IPSwitch PCI certified? They mask their customers data or have
segregation of different customers (ie no co-mingling)?
d) how else can we restrict such that sender/recipient do connect from
public places & homes of their staff but only from their organizations'
e) I suppose we should not allow …