Know what data you have so you can protect it
What you don’t know can hurt you
Businesses create and collect more data than ever: proprietary information, financial information, employee and customer information. It’s everywhere — stored on and flowing between local machines, networks, mobile devices and the cloud.
In addition, new security regulations have made the identification and security of data at rest a growing concern. But to protect your data, you need to first know how to identify it.
Data protection starts with identification
If you could easily identify your data, you’d be able to apply the right level of protection, remind others to handle it with care and automatically trigger security policies to protect it. Your people and systems could then work together to reduce risk and meet compliance requirements.
Titus Data Classification automatically detects sensitive data in motion, and Titus Illuminate detects data at rest. Titus machine learning capabilities identify and protect sensitive data based on the categories you train the system to recognize, such as confidential financial reports, internal design documents or public news releases.
Titus solutions enable organizations to identify, classify and secure information so people can work with confidence, knowing that the sensitive information they create, share and consume is protected across all platforms.
Titus remediates risk by managing access to sensitive data and disposing of redundant or obsolete data.
Sensitive data identification: Find data such as personally identifiable information (PII), payment card industry (PCI) information and personal health information (PHI) in email, attachments and documents.
Cross-platform inventory: Discover and analyze file information stored across your network and cloud shares.
Intelligent content analysis: Accurately identify business-relevant information using machine learning capabilities.
Dashboards, reports and analytics: Get deeper insight into file attributes, classification changes and user access — and use analytics to identify risk areas.