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What is Data Classification?

Learn what data classification is and how it can help your business meet compliance requirements by identifying and protecting sensitive data.

Are enterprises becoming more complacent about data breaches?

Jim Barkdoll, Titus CEO, talks about the challenges enterprise-level companies are facing with being more proactive about data breaches.

“Silver bullet thinking,” machine learning hype, new names will dominate 2019 IT security landscape, says Titus

Company’s 2019 IT security predictions cite encryption, cloud migration, AI and machine learning as hot topics in the year ahead

Achieving Compliance with India’s Personal Data Protection Bill

Download this guide to learn more about the evolving risk and data privacy landscape, and how our solutions can help organizations in India comply with new government and industry regulations.

Titus Corporate Overview (Brochure)

Titus solutions enable organizations to classify, protect, analyze, and confidently share regulatory compliance requirements by identifying and securing unstructured data. Download our brochure to learn more.

Titus Illuminate: Identify and protect data at rest (Datasheet)

Enhance your security ecosystem with data identification and classification. Titus metadata can be leveraged by other security solutions, such as data loss prevention (DLP), enterprise rights management (ERM), cloud access security brokers (CASB), and next generation firewalls to enforce the data protection policies you’ve defined. Download our datasheet to learn more.

Clearswift

Clearswift, a Fortra company, partners with Titus in providing data security solutions to its customers across the globe.

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