Comply with Export Regulations
Strengthen your export compliance program by gaining control over unstructured data stored in email, file shares, and collaboration sites. With a strong focus on engaging the end user, TITUS solutions help organizations meet the requirements of ITAR, EAR, EU dual-use, and other export control regulations.
Identify Technical Data
Identify export-controlled technical data stored in email, documents, and files. With support for automated, guided, and user-driven data identification, TITUS solutions enable organizations to know what data they have and how to protect it.
Enforce Export Controls
Reduce the risk of compliance violations that can lead to significant fines, criminal charges, and loss of business. TITUS helps to prevent common export violations caused by the improper handling of unstructured data, such as the unauthorized export of technical data through email.
Change User Behavior
Identify and protect personal data stored in unstructured data, including Social Security Numbers, health information, and credit card numbers. TITUS solutions help organizations comply with privacy-related regulations to protect PII, PHI, PCI and all forms of personal data.
Optimize Security Solutions
Enhance the ability of DLP and other security solutions to protect export-controlled information. By applying persistent classification metadata to email and documents, TITUS empowers other security solutions to recognize and protect technical data wherever the information resides.
Enable your teams to collaborate securely so that they can innovate and bring products to market quickly, while complying with export control regulations. From desktop to mobile, TITUS brings data classification and policy enforcement to unstructured data across the enterprise.
What Customers Think
"Our goal with implementing TITUS classification was to enhance our overall security. We now have confidence that intellectual property and export controlled data is being handled correctly every step of the way as policies are enforced in real-time at the desktop, so accidental data leakage can be minimized."
Laurent Porracchia, Chief Information Officer (CIO)