GTMaritime upgrades data replication system

GTMaritime’s file and data replication system, GTReplicate, has been upgraded to improve its file synchronisation capabilities across satellite networks, adding email integration and flexible configuration options.

Delivered over FastNet, GTMaritime’s data platform, GTReplicate v1.2 automatically configures, monitors and executes fleet wide file transfer tasks from a central location. The new features will allow shore side emails to be used as a source or target for replication, and will provide users with the ability to invoke third party applications and execute scripts before or after data transfers.

Flexible file transfer options have been introduced for a range of configurations, including delta revisions, and users can also choose new options to automatically archive or delete transferred files.

In addition, GTMaritime has released GTSentinel 8, the latest version of its maritime antivirus software integrating machine learning, memory scanning, exploit blocking, botnet protection, malicious DNA detections, and a unified extensible firmware interface (UEFI) scanner.

Distribution of the new antivirus version has been streamlined so only the specific product editions required need to be downloaded to perform the upgrade.

“As digitalisation continues to advance across the maritime sector, it is essential that cybersecurity software meets changing market needs. GTReplicate v1.2 and GTSentinel 8 are the latest fruits of our continuous product development strategy and offer greater resilience than ever before to the evolving threats our customers face,” said Mike McNally, Global Commercial Director at GTMaritime.

“The protection provided by GTSentinel 8 is ideally suited to vessels which are VSAT enabled, for example. Live updates are based on millions of ESET users worldwide to provide near to real-time protection against emerging threats.”

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