Outline your business needs around data protection and information handling with guidance from the Titus Professional Services team.
By engaging with stakeholders from across your organization, we can ensure that everyone has an agreed-upon blueprint to follow as your Titus data security solutions roll out to users.
We follow three phases designed to help you meet these very important goals:
Before any technology discussions occur, we engage with you for deep planning.
It’s critical to identify your business stakeholders, including account executives, sales engineers, professional services team members, product managers, people from customer service management, human resources, and other departments.
All of these people must be involved at every step of the way.
As a team, we will review the Titus implementation methodology and align on the functionality your organization needs to implement.
At this initial stage, it’s critical to discuss roles and responsibilities, identifying specific individuals who will approve each step along the way.
Next, the Titus Professional Services team will work with your IT team to design the architecture for your Titus solution, including your schema and governance controls. We will also help establish a policy workflow to meet phased criteria.
This phase consists of the technical implementation of your requirements from the design phase.
We will work with your tech team to build your configuration within the Titus administration console.
If necessary, we will engage your other security technologies to integrate with Titus and make use of metadata for monitoring or policy implementation.
At this stage, your business leaders should make an announcement to the organization about the phased rollout to users.
Once your Titus solution is up and running, you will continue to run reports to monitor the key success factors that were identified during the ENGAGE stage. It’s a process that will continue as your business evolves and you identify new success factors.
The Titus reporting functionality allows you to identify the amount of data being classified as well as events that are preventing data leaks.
You can also use reporting to identify trends that may require a change to the classification configuration.
The Titus deployment methodology offers organizations an iterative framework to effectively deploy policies in a manner that ensures a positive user experience and with an eye toward ongoing evolution.Download PDF
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