Archive for the ‘Email Security’ Category

What is the True Cost of a Data Breach?

Wednesday, May 14th, 2014

This week, TITUS released an infographic that contains some sobering figures about the true cost of a data security breach. While lost data can mean lost intellectual property (which is hard to place an accurate value on), it most certainly would include fines, expensive customer communications, lawsuits, and an evaluation of technology and/or policy.  All totaled, the Ponemon Institute’s 2014 Cost of a Data Breach Study pegs the cost of a lost record in the US at $195 per record – up from $188 in 2013.
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Your Success Is Tied to Your Intellectual Property; Is Your IP Tied to You?

Friday, July 19th, 2013

A few years back my wife and I spent a great deal of time and effort writing a business plan. We researched the market place, analyzed the threat from local competitors and built the financial and resourcing plans that would ensure our success. When we were done, we shared the plan with our potential investors (friends and family).

Happily, when we shared our plan it received an enthusiastic response. Unhappily, it was so well received that one of our friends thought to share our business plan with some of his work colleagues.

Yikes!
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TITUS Classification solutions provide compliance support for new UK government marking requirements

Friday, March 15th, 2013

Organizations throughout the world have the need to comply with various regulations in order to ensure that their most sensitive information is protected. In Australia, for example, Australian government departments use TITUS classification solutions to meet the requirements of the Email Protective Marking Standard (EPMS). For a number of years, TITUS has also been assisting our UK government customers by helping them to comply with the Government Protective Marking Scheme (GPMS).

In the UK, government agencies and public sector organizations need to comply with Her Majesty’s Government (HMG) Security Policy Framework to protect their most important assets. In order to comply with this requirement, departments and agencies must adopt policies in accordance with the Government Protective Marking System, which is designed to help staff determine and indicate to others the levels of protection required to help prevent the compromise of information via protective markings to emails and documents.

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TITUS continues to support Australian Standard – EPMS 2012

Thursday, September 13th, 2012

They were one of our first customers. Their requirements are one of the reasons that TITUS began developing email classification security software. From our relationship with them, a better classification product was born.

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