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Posted on July 30, 2020

With the push to secure all data traffic to our critical systems, many organizations are moving to secured versions of classic technology. One project we see repeatedly is the switch from insecure FTP to encrypted FTPS. Not to be confused with SFTP, FTPS stands for FTP over SSL/TLS and it is to FTP what HTTPS is to HTTP. Just like secure web pages, FTPS uses a system of certificates to encrypt and secure FTP transfers. If you’re making the switch to FTPS, you may find that you begin to receive

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I had an interesting but not surprising conversation with a customer last week to talk about IBM i security. They said: “IBM i is just bulletproof. We don’t have to worry about security. That’s the value of IBM i.” It’s something heard all too often. And that’s my cue to tell someone just how ugly their baby is. I’m not going to sugar coat it because the stakes are far too high. Once again, IBM i is highly securable. Perhaps more than any other operating system ever created. It is

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