Secure File Transfer Protocols

Transfer files with encrypted protocols: SFTP, HTTPS or FTPS


Sometimes called a firewall-friendly protocol, SFTP is one of the most common methods to secure file transfers. It does not require client software or certificates, which makes it easier for IT departments to manage.


Unlike SFTP and FTPS, with the HTTPS protocol, users can download files directly from a web browser. HTTPS file transfers are handled by our Thru Node, which is a lightweight managed file transfer (MFT) agent.


Some organizations prefer to use FTPS for file transfers because SSL has good authentication mechanisms and also is commonly used.

Secure File Transfer Overview

Encrypted protocols are only part of how Thru keeps file transfers secure. See how authentication and monitoring capabilities give you complete control over security.


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