Ottawa,Canada – April 10, 2007 –
WHO: Tim Upton, President, TITUS Inc.WHAT: Trusted eVaults and Archive Session titled "The Importance of Data Security."
WHERE: Gatineau, Québec. -- Place du Portage, Phase III, Innovatec Room, TowerB, room 0B1-100, 11 Laurier St. Gatineau, Quebec
WHEN: April 23, 2007. Session 3. 11:00-12:00. There is no cost to attend this event. Just reply to Chris Fraser (email@example.com) or (819) 956-0013.
In response to highly publicized data breaches where sensitive information was inadvertently sent to the wrong individual, organizations are taking a much closer look at data protection in 2007.
Companies such as Microsoft and TITUS are taking a new approach to information protection, forcing users to think before they send an email or document and making the classification of data part of the thought process rather than being an afterthought. With classification labels, organizations can restrict who has rights to the information and what a user can do with that information. This emerging market is called enterprise rights management or digital rights management.
Come and learn more about Information Protection with Rights Management and Classification at the Desktop and how this new technology will help avoid inadvertent disclosure of sensitive information, enforce security policy and comply with regulatory compliance.
TITUS is the leading provider of email and document classification software solutions that make it possible for organizations to manage and control the flow of sensitive information inside and outside their enterprise and to meet policy and compliance requirements. TITUS Message Classification and Document Classification solutions allow companies in the military, government, financial services, and healthcare industries to share information securely. TITUS solutions help enterprises adhere to information security regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley, NASD 2711, HIPAA and others. Based in Ottawa, Canada, TITUS is privately held. For more information on the company visit us at www.titus.com.