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Titus makes it possible to compare the data’s identity with the recipient’s identity to enforce secure data sharing policies.
Since 2005, organizations, including many Fortune 500 financial institutions, have been using Titus to meet regulatory compliance requirements by identifying and securing data on the desktop, on mobile devices and in the cloud.
To put it simply: Technology is complicated. No one solution provider can take care of all your technology needs. Download this issue of Titus Times to learn more about how Titus can help.
The Public Sector Data Security Review Committee is deploying measures to help you more confidently protect your customers’ assets by creating a common approach to cybersecurity across the public sector and nation. Learn how Titus can help you achieve end-to-end cybersecurity compliance.
Our proven deployment methodology accommodates strategic timelines for classifying data at creation, in motion, and at rest.
Titus supports your compliance with ECC-1:2018 and helps you meet data protection obligations at home and abroad by complementing and strengthening your existing information security infrastructure.
Learn how Titus helps you meet the obligations of the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA Principles of Confidentiality for Client Identifying Data (CID).
Learn how Titus and Palo Alto works together to help businesses deal with data loss prevention via email and data classification.
The persistent metadata associated with Titus classifications provides Forcepoint DLP additional details about the files, documents and emails. Download our joint solution brief to learn more.
Titus works in concert with your existing cybersecurity infrastructure to help you achieve end-to-end compliance with privacy regulations, including APRA CPS 234 compliance. Download our solution brief to learn how.
Find out how Titus helps you meet the obligations of 54 key controls and subcontrols of the Information Assurance Standards (IAS) outlined by the UAE Signals Intelligence Agency (SIA) — formerly the National Electronic Security Authority (NESA).
Titus Config for Remote Work makes it simple for people working from home or otherwise outside of the office to accurately classify sensitive data and follow information handling policies on their own.
Learn how Titus provides tools to remove these concerns by adding context to data so your security ecosystem can be better equipped to make accurate and effective data security decisions.
Download this issue to learn more about Zero Trust, how it works, and how Titus can help.
This issue explores the trend of remote work, and the strategic mindset needed to keep employees productive and connected and your organizational data protected as more and more workers go virtual.