Secure Government File Sharing
Cerberus FTP Server’s Professional and Enterprise editions offer FIPS-140-2 validated encryption and flexible security solutions to ensure local, state and federal government file sharing data security compliance.
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FIPS 140-2 Validated File Transfer
Cerberus FTP Server meets cryptographic security standards for the U.S. federal government file sharing, and includes TLS 1.3 support for advanced encryption algorithms.
Robust Encrypted File Transfer Options
Set encryption key type, authentication and exchange preferences. Choose your encryption model by protocol or user.
Multiple Secure Transfer Options
Cerberus FTP Server supports SFTP, FTPS, HTTPS, SCP, and more.
Maintain Complete Data Control
Secure file sharing for government that lets you track and monitor every file transfer.
On-Premise FTP Server
Achieve maximum data control with our native 64-bit software, optimized for Windows Server 2022, 2019, 2016, 2012, 11, 10, 8, and 7.
Full Auditing, Logging and Reporting
Our logging feature combined with the Report Manager gives an administrator a complete view of all data processing activities with the ability to trigger and save reports based on server events.
Deliver on Data Privacy and Security Regulations
Government file sharing software with the tools you need to properly manage data access and deletion requirements.
Secure All Data Access
Restrict data access with fine-grained permissions, AD security group integration, user- and protocol-based connection and login requirements; and more with Cerberus FTP Server’s User Manager.
Deliver on Data Retention Policies
Use Cerberus FTP Server’s Folder Monitor to set automatic deletion of sensitive data.
Government File Sharing Requirements
Below, we’ve listed more information on major regulations affecting secure file transfer for government.
The GDPR is a relatively recent regulation, and while it provides standards for data transmission and handling it does not mandate a particular security certification or technology. Currently, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) is actively working to develop a unified cybersecurity certification across the E.U. Links to specific regulations appear below.
U.S. Federal Information Protection Standard
NIST sets the cryptographic security standards for the U.S. federal government’s data transfer, software and hardware via the Federal Information Protection Standard (FIPS). More information about their standards appears below: