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Ted McKendall Product Manager, SecureTransport February 23 rd , 2006. Secure Internet Communications Safe and Automated File Transfers over the Internet. Today’s Agenda. Tumbleweed – Company Summary Tumbleweed – Product Suite SecureTransport – Product Overview. Tumbleweed Communications.

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ted mckendall product manager securetransport february 23 rd 2006
Ted McKendall

Product Manager, SecureTransport

February 23rd, 2006

Secure Internet CommunicationsSafe and Automated File Transfers over the Internet

today s agenda
Today’s Agenda
  • Tumbleweed – Company Summary
  • Tumbleweed – Product Suite
  • SecureTransport – Product Overview
tumbleweed communications
Tumbleweed Communications

At a glance:

  • The leader in file transfer and email security
    • 12 years protecting enterprise data and email
    • 1,500+ enterprise customers
    • Award-winning products
    • Publicly traded (Nasdaq:TMWD)
    • Market Leader in Managed File Transfer (MFT)

Founded: 1993

Global HQ: Redwood City, CA

Employees: 275+

Solutions:

Email Firewall

Secure Email

Secure File Transfer

Identity Validation

Industries served:

Financial Services

Government

Healthcare

Retail

Technology

Enterprise

Standards Development

IETF

Open Group

FSTC

ITAA

Anti-Phishing Working Group

representative customers
Representative Customers

At a glance:

  • Customer snapshot:
  • 9 of top 10 US Banks
  • 7 of top 10 Brokerages
  • 6 of top 10 Euro banks
  • 3 of top 5 Canadian banks
  • 6 payment/clearing networks
  • Several central banks:
  • U.S. Federal Reserve
  • Bank of England
  • Over 100 of the Fortune 500
  • Over 100 financial svcs. firms
  • Over 100 health care orgs.
  • Over 100 law firms
  • 6 of the 10 largest pharmas

Recent European Success

Enterprise Spam Defense:

Prudential

Telewest

Adldleshaw Goddard

Manches Solicitors

Fila

MailGate:

RoSPA

Secure Email:

WCC

Ernst & Young

Wolverhampton City Council

Secure File Transfer:

Airbus

GM EU

Clearstream

AXA

tumbleweed product suite

Spam & Virus Updates

Back-end Applications

Email

Internet

End Users

Corporate Email

Servers

Files and Data

EDI & B2B Transactions

Identity Validation

Firewall

Tumbleweed Product Suite

Tumbleweed

Product

Portfolio

  • Email Security Suite
  • MailGate Edge
  • MailGate Anti-Spam
  • Email Firewall
  • Secure Messenger

SecureTransport

ValidationAuthority

evolution of the file transfer market
Evolution of the File Transfer Market

Today’s Challenges

Evolution Path

Multiple, departmental file transfer point products

Centralized, enterprise-wide file transfer infrastructure

Proprietary, single vendor file transfer solutions

Interoperable products based on open Internet standards

Expensive private links, leased lines, VANs, modems…

Ubiquitous reach and low cost of the Internet

Home-grown applications straining under the load

Enterprise-class scalability and reliability

Regulatory changes requiring secure communications (HIPAA, GLB, SOX)

Encrypted file transfer with signed receipts and auditability

mission critical
Mission-Critical
  • Top Ten Bank:

“File Transfer is the second most critical application in the bank – it’s more critical even than email.”

  • As File Transfer becomes more critical it leads to increased exposure, and a whole new set of requirements

“FTP just ain’t good enough anymore.”

tumbleweed securetransport

Back-end Applications

Enterprise

Authentication

Internet

Tumbleweed SecureTransport

Enterprise

Firewall

SecureTransport Edge and Server

  • Secure Data Delivery
  • Multi-Protocol Secure File Transfer
  • Guaranteed Delivery
  • Data Integrity Assurance
  • Checkpoint/Restart
  • Secure DMZ Streaming
  • Enterprise Authentication
  • Robust Access Controls
  • Open Standards
  • Data Management
  • Event-based File Processing & Routing
  • Rules Editor w/Web UI
  • Application Integration
  • Event-driven Agents
  • Outbound Transfer Management
  • Signed Audit Records
  • Repository Encryption

HTTP

HTTPS

FTP

End Users

FTP/S

SFTP

SCP

AS2

standards for internet file transfer
Standards for Internet File Transfer

SSL

HTTPS

XCRC

FTP

AS2

SCP

FTP with PGP

SFTP

S/MIME

FTPS

SSH

SMTP

TLS

HTTP

Plus legacy protocols: Async/Bicync, NDM, VANs, …

a menu of connectivity options
A Menu of Connectivity Options

SecureTransport Connectivity Menu

~ Client Entrées cont. ~

SecureTransport Server offers many connectivity options to meet your business partners’ needs.

  • Other FTP/S Client……………………………. FTP/S
  • RFC-Compliant FTP, FTP over SSL/TLS
  • Windows, Unix, AS/400, z/OS, etc.
  • Other SSH Clients……………………………… SFTP,
  • SSH2 Standards-based SCP
  • Native on many OSes

~ Lighter Fare ~

  • Web Browser (Zero-Footprint Client)………… HTTP/S
  • Ubiquitous
  • Easy setup for new users
  • Customizable UI skins
  • Web Browser with ActiveX……………………. HTTP/S
  • Guaranteed Delivery
  • Restart/Resume

~ Server Entrées ~

  • Other AS2 Server…….………………………….. AS2
  • EDI trading partners
  • Payload signing and encryption
  • Certified eBusinessReady®
  • SecureTransport Server…………………………. AS2,
  • Bidirectional Communication FTP/S,
  • Secure, Guaranteed Delivery HTTP/S
  • Data Management

~ Client Entrées ~

  • SecureTransport Client………………………….. HTTP/S,
  • Automated and scheduled transfers FTP/S
  • Guaranteed Delivery
  • Restart/Resume
  • Available on Windows and Unix
  • Heart Healthy
  • Indicates Hot & Spicy!
security
Security
  • Data Security
    • Transport encryption v. payload encryption
    • Data segregation and access control
    • Data integrity verification
    • Secure data storage
      • DMZ Security – No storage of sensitive data in insecure zones
      • Encrypted data repository
    • High Availability
automation and management
Automation and Management
  • Transfer Integration
    • File Routing
    • File Storage
    • File Processing
    • Notification
  • User/Trading Partner Management
    • Authentication/Authorization
    • SSO, LDAP, Netegrity
  • Auditability
    • Extensive user and administrative logging
    • File Tracking and Reporting
    • Signed transfer records – secure audit trail
  • Delegated Administration
    • Administrative Roles
securetransport components

ALERT!

Operations

Application

Server

Internet

Database

Data

Audit Logs

SecureTransport Components

Internet

Firewall

Enterprise

Firewall

Backend Processing

Standard

Web Browser

DMZ

Email

Mainframe

ST Client

Web Browser w/ActiveX

Transaction Manager Integration

FTP/S, HTTP/S,

AS2, SFTP, SCP

3rd-party FTP/S Client

SecureTransport

Application Layer Streaming

3rd-party SFTP Client

SecureTransport

Server

No Data

Data

AS2 Server

Audit Logs

Audit Logs

SecureTransport Edge

ST Server

Repository Encryption

MDN Receipting

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Q & A
  • Questions?