The volume of data is growing exponentially and compliance regulations are increasingly stringent. The tools we use to be more productive make it more challenging to find and protect data.
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Learn how the Titus platform supports compliance with the APRA Prudential Standard CPS 234 for information security.
The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) enhances consumer protection and privacy for California residents by requiring business to be transparent and report breaches of data. As your trusted advisor, Titus can provide you with assistance to interpret future CCPA updates and ensure that you are updating your data protection policies accordingly to maintain compliance.
Learn how mobile email classification can help protect your sensitive information from leaking.
Classify and protect information with persistent metadata from mobile to on-premises to the Cloud.
Read the guide and learn how data classification helps organizations comply with CUI.
Read the solution brief to learn why organizations embrace Titus to transform their security culture and set the foundation for their information protection strategy program.
This Solution Brief describes how Titus empowers enterprises to make intelligent, deliberate decisions about how to handle sensitive information uploaded to or stored in Box.
Prevent data loss via email with data classification from Titus and data filtering from Palo Alto Networks.
As organizations today must comply with changing regulations and ensuring the security of their data, the identification of the sensitive data so critical to those processes remains a challenge.
Since 2005, organizations, including many Fortune 500 financial institutions, have been using Titus to meet regulatory compliance requirements by identifying and securing data on the desktop, on mobile devices and in the cloud.
Read our solution brief to learn what’s changed in v2018.2 and what to consider when transitioning to the new version of EPMS.