Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) Prudential Standard CPS 234
Learn how the Titus platform supports compliance with the APRA Prudential Standard CPS 234 for information security.
Titus helps organisations across the finance and insurance sectors meet the information security regulations mandated by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) Prudential Standard CPS 234. Noncompliance with APRA can result in substantial fines as well as legal risks and damage to your organisation’s reputation. A data breach resulting from noncompliance can also negatively affect consumer and investor confidence in your business.
To mitigate these risks, you need a broad solution that can identify personal and sensitive information, classify it, and protect it across your entire security ecosystem. You need consistent, efficient protection throughout the data life cycle, whether it’s in transit or at rest, on site or in the cloud. In addition, you need a way to educate users about the value of the data they handle from day to day. And, of course, you need to be able to prove compliance with privacy regulations such as APRA and others.
Titus solutions empower you to more efficiently manage all these dimensions of information security. Deep learning algorithms built into our solutions consistently identify sensitive data in context and automatically classify files in transit and at rest. Open, persistent metadata enables you to write custom identifiers, which in turn inform the other security solutions in your ecosystem, such as data loss prevention (DLP), encryption and rights management technologies, security information and event management (SIEM) solutions, and other technologies. Alerts keep users aware of sensitive data and
offer suggestions for how to handle it, and audit logs help administrators keep track of security events and verify compliance.
How Titus supports your compliance
Titus works in concert with your existing cybersecurity infrastructure to help you achieve end-to-end
compliance with privacy regulations. The open, configurable policy engine enables your organisation
to enforce detailed information handling policies, tailored specifically to your business using award winning machine learning algorithms.
Sensitive information must be identified wherever it sits and however it is created. Titus solutions automatically enforce identification across platforms and devices via easily adoptable workflows to ensure protection of all your information.
Classify and categorise all data
The powerful Titus policy engine ensures that data is classified correctly according to your
information security policy. Multiple layers of classification allow for highly granular control.
Deep learning AI technology can be deployed to assess your information, recognise sensitive data and autonomously determine appropriate categories.
Titus integrates with the other technologies in your security ecosystem, such as messaging, DLP and electronic data rights management (EDRM) solutions to enforce your information security policies using open, persistent metadata embedded in documents at creation or upon discovery. Business leaders can give employees more freedom to innovate and have peace of mind knowing that sensitive information is safe.Download PDF