Titus Listed as a sample vendor in Ten Gartner 2019 Hype Cycle Reports
Titus listed as a Sample Vendor for Data Classification, File Analysis and DLP for Mobile Devices technologies.
Ottawa, ON – December 10, 2019 – Titus, a leading provider of data protection solutions and a Blackstone portfolio company, today announced that it was named in ten Gartner 2019 Hype Cycle reports. Gartner listed Titus in the Hype Cycle for Privacy, 20191; Hype Cycle for Threat-Facing Technologies, 20192; Hype Cycle for Storage and Data Protection Technologies, 20193; Hype Cycle for Data and Analytics Governance and Master Data Management, 20194; Hype Cycle for Cloud Security, 20195; Hype Cycle for Risk Management, 20196; Hype Cycle for Enterprise Information Management, 20197; Hype Cycle for Data Security, 20198; Hype Cycle for Endpoint Security, 20199; and Hype Cycle for Data Management, 201910.
Gartner identified Titus as a Sample Vendor for Data Classification, File Analysis and DLP (Data Loss Prevention) for Mobile Devices. According to the Hype Cycle for Storage and Data Protection Technologies, 2019, Gartner states the following regarding the business impact of File Analysis: “FA software reduces risk by identifying which files reside where and who has access to them. They support remediation in areas such as the elimination or quarantining of sensitive data, identifying and protecting intellectual property, and finding and eliminating redundant and outdated data that may lead to unnecessary business risk. FA shrinks costs by reducing the amount of data stored. It also assists in classifying valuable business data so it can be more easily leveraged and analyzed, and supports e-discovery efforts for legal and regulatory investigations.”
In the Hype Cycle for Threat-Facing Technologies, 2019 and the Hype Cycle for Privacy, 2019 reports, Gartner identifies the business impact of Data Classification as follows: “Targeted classification, combined with the capabilities of information stewardship tools, will enable organizations to produce faster, more reliable and efficient data use for discovery, risk reduction, value assessment and analytics. This enables organizations to focus security and analytics efforts primarily on their important datasets. Identity-centric classification efforts can assist when managing concerns for the GDPR, the California Privacy Act (CCPA) and other privacy regulations.”
“We believe these Hype Cycle reports validate the importance and value organizations can realize by implementing effective data classification and file analysis as part of an overall data protection strategy,” said Jim Barkdoll, CEO for Titus. “We feel this reflects what we’re seeing from customers worldwide – that Titus solutions can be used in a variety of initiatives from threat detection and privacy to data analysis and data protection.”
Titus’ solutions enable organizations to identify, classify and categorize data and accelerate the adoption of a data protection strategy that works for them. To learn more about Titus’ award-winning products, visit www.titus.com.
1. Gartner, Inc., Hype Cycle for Privacy, 2019, by Bart Willemsen, July 11, 2019
2. Gartner, Inc., Hype Cycle for Threat-Facing Technologies, 2019, by Pete Shoard, July 12, 2019
3. Gartner, Inc., Hype Cycle for Storage and Data Protection Technologies, 2019, by Julia Palmer, July 11, 2019
4. Gartner, Inc., Hype Cycle for Data and Analytics Governance and Master Data Management, 2019, by Saul Judah, July 10, 2019
5. Gartner, Inc., Hype Cycle for Cloud Security, 2019, by Jay Heiser and Steve Riley, July 23, 2019
6. Gartner, Inc., Hype Cycle for Risk Management, 2019, by John A. Wheeler, July 24, 2019
7. Gartner, Inc., Hype Cycle for Enterprise Information Management, 2019, by Lydia Clougherty Jones & Andrew White, July 25, 2019
8. Gartner, Inc., Hype Cycle for Data Security, 2019, by Brian Lowans, July 30, 2019
9. Gartner, Inc., Hype Cycle for Endpoint Security, 2019, by Dionisio Zumerle and John Girard, July 31, 2019
10. Gartner, Inc., Hype Cycle for Data Management, 2019, by Donald Feinberg and Adam Ronthal, July 31, 2019
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