Securing financial transfers

Tuesday, 15 July 2003, 7:06 AM EST

Integration software provider Sterling Commerce Inc. announced new software capabilities that enable community banks to meet federal rules of privacy and security when moving financial data between banks and other financial institutions.

With a regulatory climate that leaves little room for mistakes regarding the security of consumer information, ConnectDirect for Community Banks, which is a reconfiguration of Sterling's ConnectDirect suite, establishes a system for secure unattended, bidirectional data delivery between bank branches and centrally located servers.

ConnectDirect for Community Banks includes Sterling's Secure+ Option, which encrypts data flows.

ConnectDirect automates the movement of large volumes of data. It moves files containing any type of data across multiple platforms, file systems and disparate media.

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