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Wizuda MFT Software

Control, Automate and Secure your Organisation’s Data Transfer Activities.

The Wizuda MFT software solution provides a centralised hub through which all data transfers are automated and managed securely, compliantly, and efficiently, giving full end-to-end accountability. 

From real-time streaming to scheduled ad hoc transfers, Wizuda MFT with auto-resume and guaranteed file delivery ensures your data gets to where it needs to be when it needs to be, and within SLA timeframes, thus avoiding penalties and maximising customer trust.

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Key Benefits of Wizuda MFT

Some of the key benefits of Wizuda MFT Software include:

What is Managed File Transfer (MFT)

Managed File Transfer (MFT) is a technology platform that enables enterprises to securely exchange electronic data between systems using administrative controls, automation capabilities, and support for security protocols (such as FTPS, HTTPS, SFTP) in order to fulfil operational requirements compliantly. These data flows can be external or internal to an organisation, and are often high-volume, containing sensitive data and without the right security in place, could result in data loss and have a significant impact on the business. 

Applications like File Transfer Protocol (FTP) present data security gaps and many other challenges, such as lack of visibility when an issue arises and more resource time spent trouble-shooting issues. Wizuda Managed File Transfer (MFT) is a more efficient and reliable technology for secure file and data transfer and has been adopted by an increasing number of organisations worldwide.

Why Switch to Wizuda Managed File Transfer (MFT)

Data security

Unsuccessful transfers and high-profile data breaches can have a significant impact on a company’s reputation and bottom line. Wizuda’s Managed File Transfer (MFT) provides a proactive security strategy that includes real-time monitoring as well as validating security policies and controls to safeguard data in transit or at rest.

Data expansion

Data is omnipresent and businesses are dealing with larger and more diverse files than ever before. The number of people who share files has increased, as has the number of endpoints and devices. And as files get larger, the time it takes to transport them across great distances increases.

Regulatory compliance

Stringent data security standards are typical requirements of legislative and other industries. Encrypting, transmitting, monitoring, and storing sensitive data with a correctly designed Managed File Transfer (MFT) system enables enterprises to comply with security regulations.


To limit damages, businesses must foresee risk elements. Operational insight into file movements leads to proactive issue remediation, such as unsuccessful transfers, and enhanced SLA compliance.

Why IT Managers Choose Wizuda MFT

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In the event of a cyber-attack, one of the first places auditors investigate are ad hoc scripts as they pose significant areas of weakness. FTP servers are also particularly vulnerable to compromise.

The Wizuda Data Transfer Suite uses a layered approach to maintain integrity and confidentiality of the file data both stored in and passing through the platform.

All data transferred through the Wizuda MFT system is automatically screened for malicious content and all transfers use the highest industry standard secure protocols such as AES encryption and RSA public key infrastructure, SFTP Host Connectors and Virtual SFTP Servers.

Wizuda MFT’s structured architecture ensures that data transfers are achieved in a consistent manner, without the need for scripting or programming – thereby allowing legacy scripts and insecure batch processes to be safely decommissioned. With Wizuda MFT you can ensure your data is secured and encrypted at rest and in transit, therefore protecting it at all times in the transfer journey.

Wizuda MFT offers a variety of secure data transfer options which ensure that data is transferred over the most secure channels. The secure sources and destinations are configured in the MFT system using Host Connectors. Host Connectors are the means from which the data transfer Jobs connect to the source hosts to authenticate and transfer the data to the destination locations.

Wizuda MFT includes extensive data transfer protocol options, including but not limited to;

  • SFTP
  • FTP
  • FTPS
  • AMQP
  • SCP
  • Secure SMB
  • AS2
  • Azure Blob storage
  • AWS S3 Storage

Wizuda MFT’s Virtual Servers use key fingerprints to allow clients to connect. This involves verifying and accepting the client’s fingerprint, and storing it, or the key it refers to locally along with some of the other client’s information to allow future connections to be authenticated automatically. Fingerprints are smaller in size, allowing for connections over untrusted channels (e.g. the internet), where a public key would be too large to send for authentication.

Each transfer job can be created to perform a variety of tasks including, but not limited to;

  • Compression/Decompression
  • File Renaming
  • Archiving
  • Deletion
  • Data Anonymisation

Wizuda’s unique ‘Health Check’ automatically alerts you of file transfer issues as they occur, enabling you to proactively manage them before they impact the business. Scheduled checks monitor host connectivity, authentication, folder and transfer statuses, alerting users of any system or delivery threshold issues. Alerts are issued in real-time when systems are offline or delivery thresholds are broken. Full monitoring logs and reports enable users to locate and fix issues quickly.

At the application level, Wizuda MFT comes with automatic load-balancing and high availability, and can provide options to quickly scale up or scale out, increasing operational efficiencies. A simple process of adding virtualised servers, scaling up or out does not affect the existing implemented machines and/or processing.

While the load-balancing is automatically managed, the client might also wish to add more processing power to certain transfer jobs, something which is easily achieved by defining the number of instances required for processing on a job-by-job basis.

Items within Wizuda MFT, be it host connectors, transfer jobs, application servers, virtual servers, impact assessments, or data anonymisation jobs; all go through their own customised workflow for creation, setting changes, and activation. This automated workflow process helps to ensure efficiency and accuracy throughout.

The number of workflow steps and approval groups are defined at the installation stage of Wizuda MFT, and do not require further code changes.

Workflow administration manages which permission groups have the ability to move items along the workflow chain, as well as which stages they can progress through. This is to ensure that data protection or business critical fields within the items can be monitored for changes which could potentially breach GDPR guidelines, as well as a company’s internal data protection policies.

Wizuda provide a full range of managed services.

Do you have control over the data transfers occurring in your company?

Many organisations are not aware of what data is being transferred, if it is high-risk personal data, or even if the appropriate security and compliance measures are being applied. Wizuda Managed File Transfer software makes it easy to answer these questions, as it provides one centralised platform through which all data transfers can be automated, secured, and managed in a compliant way. Enquire about our secure data transfer software today.



Wizuda Mediation & Data Transformation

Wizuda Mediation can take in files in any format, decode them to a specified internal format, perform data wrangling tasks, and encode the data into specified file types for downstream systems. This can then be performed automatically as part of the file/data transfer process.

We have extensive experience in performing data transformation on all known switch types from TAP and NRTRDE through to Ericsson, Nokia, Genband, Alcatel, ZTE, and Nortel and feeding into the various telecom downstream systems.

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