Titus helps organizations transform security culture for digital transformation success
Titus bringing message about importance of cultural security change to audiences worldwide
OTTAWA, ON— Titus, the market leader in data classification and protection of unstructured information, will be attending and speaking at a number of key security events worldwide in the coming months – highlighting the importance of creating and maintaining a culture of security for effective information protection.
Regardless of how much is invested in security processes and technology controls, the risk of sensitive data breaches remains high if end users within an organization are not part of the solution. This does not mean relying on users entirely; it means educating and empowering users to make better decisions on how information is handled. For security solutions to succeed, they should both empower users to act appropriately within their workflow, and enforce policies that violate security rules. Titus Classification solutions empower both people and security technologies to make better information governance and sharing decisions.
Titus will share these important information security messages at the following events over the coming months:
- April 21: 2017 Central Ohio InfoSec Summit in Columbus, Ohio
- April 21: ISACA Chapter Event in Jacksonville, Florida
- April 22: BSides Iowa in Des Moines, IA
- April 24-26: NITEC 17 in Ottawa, Canada
- April 30 – May 3: 2017 FS-ISAC Annual Summit in Orlando, Florida
- May 18 : eCrime & Cybersecurity France 2017 in Paris, France
- May 23 – 24: DSRMS 2017 in London, UK
- June 6: Evanta Solution Tour in Detroit, Michigan
Tim Upton, Founder and CEO, Titus, said:
“By assisting users to classify and give value to the information they create, they become active participants in the protection and security of data. With Titus solutions, organizations are shifting the responsibility of data protection down from a small group of information security professionals to the business units, content creators and content owners – because they are the subject matter experts. We are excited to have the opportunity to share this message with audiences throughout the world over the coming weeks.”