NATO NIAS Conference – Mons, Belgium — September 16, 2013 — TITUS, a leading provider of security and compliance solutions for email and documents, will give the keynote presentation on the closing day of the NATO Information Assurance and Cyber Defence Symposium (NIAS), taking place from September 17 - 19, 2013 in Mons, Belgium.
TITUS Technology Strategist Paul Reid, will present, “The Importance of Information Classification for Secure Cloud Sharing”. Identifying sensitive organizational information is critical for any information protection strategy. Defining data is the first step toward securely collaborating in the Cloud. This session will provide attendees with best practices for classifying, protecting and confidentially sharing information in a Cloud environment.
Who: Paul Reid, Technology Strategist, TITUS
What: Keynote: The Importance of Information Classification for Secure Cloud Sharing
When Thursday September 19th, 9:00 am
Where: NATO NIAS Conference, Mons, Belgium
"We are pleased to be part of this prestigious event with one of our key customers, NATO," said Tim Upton, Founder, President and CEO of TITUS. "Cloud security is an important and timely topic for all organizations. A proactive approach to managing risks using information classification delivers a proven way to secure sensitive and critical data."
TITUS solutions enable organizations to classify, protect and confidently share their information. With over 2 million users worldwide, our solutions enable enterprises, military and government organizations to classify information and meet regulatory compliance by securing unstructured information. Products include TITUS Classification, the leading message, document and file classification and labeling solutions that enhance data loss prevention by involving end users in identifying sensitive information; and the TITUS family of classification and security solutions for Microsoft SharePoint. TITUS solutions are deployed within over 500 organizations around the world, including Dow Corning, United States Air Force, NATO, Pratt and Whitney, Canadian Department of National Defence, Australian Department of Defence, and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.