Data protection and compliance for financial services
Financial institutions face immense pressure to protect the data they create and collect
These organizations must be ever vigilant to the possibility of a data breach caused either by malicious actors or through employee mistakes.
Protection and proper management of payment card information (PCI), personally identifiable information (PII), and intellectual property (IP) requires that it be clearly identified. Proper data context makes it easier for employees to make intelligent, deliberate decisions on how the information is handled and protected.
With support for automated, guided, and user-driven classification, Titus enables financial organizations to accurately identify information assets according to business value and sensitivity levels.
Once identified, any user of the information will have the guidance necessary to become an integral part of your data protection strategy and help ensure compliance with regulations and standards such as PCI-DSS, SOX, FINRA, GLBA, and ISO 27001 and 27002.
Titus provides users with targeted, interactive security education and policy enforcement when handling email and documents – without disrupting business workflow.
The Titus policy engine leverages the content, context, and classification of the document, as well as user attributes, to ensure the right people are accessing the right information and are sharing it according to corporate policy. This includes the enforcement of ethical barriers between business units within the same organization.
Optimize Your Data Security Ecosystem with Titus
Titus Classification suite enable users to identify and classify email and documents. The intuitive and easy-to-understand user interface is integrated into familiar office applications, including Microsoft Outlook®, Microsoft Office® (Word®, PowerPoint®, Excel®), and Windows Explorer®).
Titus classifications can be leveraged by your entire data governance ecosystem to protect sensitive information within and beyond your borders. Internally, classification can be employed to map document retention policies, enabling archiving software to make informed and consistent decisions about retention and deletion.
Since classification metadata provides explicit information about the file’s sensitivity, DLP solutions are able to more effectively prevent unauthorized data sharing via email, USB or other network endpoints.
Titus classifications can automatically trigger the appropriate encryption or Microsoft Rights Management Services (RMS) templates, for persistent protection of data anywhere.