Secure File Transfer for Critical Networks
Metadefender Secure File Transfer (SFT) offers a safe process for transferring data to and from secure networks. If malware is allowed to enter a secure network, it can cause serious damage, especially in the case of critical infrastructure like nuclear plants.
Additionally, organizations such as financial institutions or healthcare companies that must protect consumer data often have concerns about data leaving their secure network, potentially causing damage to the company's reputation or resulting in hefty compliance fees.
Metadefender Secure File Transfer offers the following features for maximum protection of high-security and air-gapped networks:
- Securely transfer files into secure networks
- Log and manage all files brought into an organization
- Inspect archived and encrypted files
- Sanitize high-risk files
Log and Manage All Files Brought Into an Organization
Administrators can choose how long files are kept and can track the time at which a specific user uploads and downloads a file. Metadefender SFT can be configured for a thorough scan of all files that are stored.
Inspect Encrypted and Unencrypted Archives
Metadefender SFT leverages the capabilities of Metadefender Core’s workflows to scan files contained within archives, both encrypted and unencrypted.
Sanitize High-Risk Files
Certain file types such as Microsoft Office documents, PDFs, and image files often contain embedded objects such as scripts and macros that can trigger malicious code to execute when opened.
Metadefender Core allows administrators to use 90+ data sanitization (CDR) engines to proactively remove potentially malicious embedded objects from these files, preventing zero-day threats from executing.