Lloyds Banking Group presenting with Titus at Infosecurity Europe
Learn how Titus customer Lloyds is transforming their information protection strategy
London, UK (Infosecurity Europe 2016, Titus Stand S50) — Titus, the market leader in data classification and protection of email, documents and other unstructured data, will be exhibiting and presenting at Infosecurity Europe, taking place at Olympia from 7-9 June, giving attendees a number of opportunities to learn how Titus data discovery and classification solutions can form the foundation of an organisational data management strategy.
Titus and Lloyds Banking Group
On Tuesday, 7 June at 14:40 in the Strategy Talks Theatre, Tim Porter, Domain Security Engineer with Lloyds Banking Group, and Stephane Charbonneau, Chief Technology Officer with Titus, will give a firsthand account of how organisations in the financial services industry can transform their data protection initiatives to encompass a proactive approach to understanding and effectively protecting the most sensitive data.
Stephane Charbonneau, founder and CTO, Titus, said:
“Titus has a vast amount of experience in helping financial services organisations to protect their most critical and sensitive information. We are pleased to have the opportunity to speak jointly with our customer Lloyds about the challenges their organisation has faced in the past, and how they have incorporated data classification into their information protection strategy.”
Titus and Ionic Security
On Tuesday, 7 June at 15:30 in Henley Suite 4 on the gallery level, join Titus and Ionic Security for a presentation on how Titus Classification and Ionic Security work together to classify and encrypt your most sensitive business critical data.
Titus and EU GDPR Compliance
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR) will have a significant impact both in the EU and around the world when it takes effect in early 2018. Visit Titus at Stand S50 and learn how Titus solutions enable organisations to discover, classify, protect and confidentially share information, enabling them to proactively comply with EU GDPR.