Titus to Present "Humans vs. Machines" Data Protection Debate at NIAS19
Ottawa, ON – October 11, 2019 – Titus, the expert in data classification and a Blackstone portfolio company, today announced its Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer Stephane Charbonneau, will present a debate alongside Manfred Haelters Maj v/h Vlw, CC V&C, Belgian Armed Forces at the NATO Information Assurance Symposium (NIAS) 2019 on Tuesday, October 15, 2019.
Who: Stephane Charbonneau is co-founder and CTO at Titus, where he is responsible for the company's technology strategy and plays a key role in driving new initiatives to help strengthen the security and application of Titus products and services against evolving threats. Prior to forming Titus, Steph was a senior architect at a major US financial institution and in several Canadian federal government departments.
What: When it comes to protecting data, who will know better whether it should be classified in a certain manner; the human who created the data or the machine that hosts it? Debaters Manfred Haelters Maj v/h Vlw, CC V&C, Belgian Armed Forces and Stephane Charbonneau, Co-founder and CTO of Titus have flipped a coin and agreed to argue on behalf of humans vs. machines.
Where: NIAS19 Lotto Mons Expo, Belgium.
For more information or to register, visit http://www.cvent.com/events/nias19/event-summary-86024f5ed94e41a6a3644727d58ba829.aspx.
Titus is a leader in providing solutions that enable businesses to accelerate the adoption of data protection and data privacy. A Blackstone portfolio company, Titus empowers organizations to discover, classify, protect, analyze and share information. With an open, intelligent policy manager, Titus help customers to meet regulatory compliance mandates and get more out of their existing security investments, including data loss prevention (DLP), cloud access security broker (CASB), encryption, and next-generation firewall (NGFW) solutions. Millions of users in over 120 countries trust Titus to keep their data compliant, secure, and private, including some of the largest financial institutions and manufacturing companies in the world, government and military organizations across the G-7 and Australia, and Fortune 2000 companies. More information is available at www.titus.com.