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Z1 SecureHub – Secure Managed File Transfer – new release 1.2 now available

Berlin, 09. December 2013

The new Z1 SecureHub release 1.2 for securely sending large files is available now from Zertificon Solutions, maker of IT security products. The new version brings improvements to usability as well as new features for security and compliance. Z1 SecureHub is the simple and secure file transfer solution from the e-mail encryption specialists at Zertificon. Because the size of file attachments is generally limited to a few MB when sending e-mail, there is a demand for a secure tool which employees can use to safely send and receive large files. The focus was not only on security, but also on simple, fast, and intuitive operation without registration processes and software installations. The Z1 SecureHub web-based solution quickly met these requirements.

Z1 SecureHub

Enhancements for virus scanning, monitoring, and usability

The new Z1 SecureHub release 1.2 includes improvements to usability, such as an enhanced status display during file upload and the option of parallel file uploads, along with new features that were not ready in time for the first release: the new SecureHub 1.2 now makes it possible to easily and directly integrate current virus scanners. As a result, the uploaded files are tested for harmful content (virus, Trojans, etc.) before they are filed on the Z1 SecureHub, and if a threat is detected the files are placed in quarantine. An additional enhancement is the expanded monitoring which displays all logged processes to the administrator in graphically prepared lists for optimal data handling with regard to storage space, transparency, and compliance.

Integration into Outlook and mobile devices

Z1 SecureHub version 1.2 can easily be combined with Zertificon’s Z1 MyCrypt client software. This will make it possible to securely send large files directly from e-mail programs on PCs, like Outlook. Z1 MyCrypt brings Z1 SecureHub to mobile devices as well, like notebooks and smart phones.