TITUS Cited in Independent Vendor Landscape for Data Classification
OTTAWA, ON — October 30, 2017 — TITUS, the worldwide market leader in classification and protection solutions for unstructured data, has been cited by Forrester Research in their recently released, 'Vendor Landscape: Data Classification, Q3, 2017'.
This report examines the data classification vendor landscape, and gives security leaders guidance on key criteria to look for as they create a shortlist of solutions and an approach to data classification.
Forrester states in this report that, "data classification is the foundation for protection and governance" – something that TITUS and our customers have long recognized. The report goes on to say that, "technology vendors with solutions that help security teams manage and protect data increasingly see that classification is an important part of optimizing the utility of those solutions and enabling customers to derive more value out of the tools."
Forrester splits the data classification vendor landscape into two main areas of focus: compliance and data protection; and information governance. TITUS is viewed by Forrester as aligned with both protection and governance.
Tim Upton, CEO at TITUS, said:
"For over a decade, TITUS has been educating enterprise organizations around the world about the importance of data classification as not only the foundation for their data security initiatives, but as an essential part of their overall organizational security culture. I believe that this report from Forrester Research is just another example of how data classification is now being recognized as a key component for an effective information security strategy."
To see the full report, visit the TITUS Resource Center.
TITUS products enhance data loss prevention by classifying and protecting sensitive information in emails, documents and other file types – on the desktop, on mobile devices, and in the Cloud. TITUS solutions are trusted by millions of users in over 120 countries around the world. Our customers include Dell, Provident Bank, Dow Corning, Safran Morpho, United States Air Force, NATO, Pratt and Whitney, Canadian Department of National Defence, and the Australian Department of Defence. Additional information is available at TITUS.com.