Data identification is the foundation of your entire data security.
Increase user awareness and the benefits of your ecosystem solutions without affecting your employees' workflow while identifying your data.
TITUS Data Classification
TITUS supports you to identify and classify your sensitive data and create a structure based on security policies.
Data classification is the bedrock of an effective information governance strategy
You can’t protect your data when people and corporate systems don’t know enough about the contents of files to handle them properly.
The most effective way to provide that information is to ensure you have a robust classification solution in place.
By identifying the business value of unstructured data, organizations can make intelligent, deliberate decisions on how to handle their documents.
Increase user engagement across your organization
When users are active participants in data protection processes, they become more accountable for the information they create.
With support for fully automated, system-guided, and user-driven, manual classification, Titus integrates data identification and information protection into every day workflows, making it as seamless as a spell-check
This promotes a culture of security that enables organizations to enforce data governance policies and prevent inadvertent disclosures.
Enhance security awareness
Titus Classification clearly identifies sensitive information by classifying documents and applying visual markings to email and files as needed.
As users work with the information, they are guided by interactive policy tips to encourage proper handling and prevent disclosure to unintended recipients.
Detect and handle sensitive data
DLP, and other perimeter security solutions can leverage Titus classification metadata to determine what information is sensitive and how it should be protected.
Classification selections and other information attributes can also trigger automatic protection by Microsoft Rights Management Services® (RMS) and other digital rights management solutions.
Manage your retention-related metadata
Titus Classification can be used to capture retention-related metadata as users create and send information.
Titus metadata also enhances eDiscovery by making it easier to find relevant information for legal, compliance, and regulatory requests.
Meet regulatory compliance requirements
Titus Classification enables organizations to confidently share information while complying with government and industry regulations.
Titus solutions are used by organizations to comply with broadly applicable regulations like GDPR, CCPA, EPMS as well as standards and regulations commonly used in governmental and military environments, like ISO 27001, NERC, HIPAA, SOX, ITAR, and EAR.
What you don’t know can hurt you
Businesses create and collect more data than ever: proprietary information, financial information, employee and customer information. It’s everywhere — stored on and flowing between local machines, networks, mobile devices, and the Cloud.
In addition, new security regulations have made the identification and security of data at rest a growing concern. But to protect your data, you need to first know how to identify it.
Data protection starts with identification
If you could easily identify your data, you’d be able to apply the right level of protection, remind others to handle it with care, and automatically trigger security policies to protect it. Your people and systems could then work together to reduce risk and meet compliance requirements.
Titus Data Classification automatically detects sensitive data in motion, and Titus Illuminate detects data at rest. Titus machine learning capabilities identify and protect sensitive data based on the categories you train the system to recognize, such as confidential financial reports, internal design documents, or public news releases.
The solution to effective data identification
Scan and analyze data at creation, in motion and at rest – and apply appropriate identification attributes.
Titus lets you apply and detect metadata on data at rest, enabling you to prove regulatory compliance. Our solutions can be combined with encryption and enterprise digital rights management (EDRM) software for up-to-date compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and other regulations.
Employ data loss prevention (DLP), enterprise rights management (ERM), cloud access security brokers (CASB) and next-generation firewall solutions to read and understand Titus metadata and apply the appropriate data protection policies.
The metadata Titus injects into files and emails can be leveraged by other components of your data security ecosystem – data loss prevention (DLP), enterprise rights management (ERM), cloud access security brokers (CASB) and next-generation firewall solutions. A cohesive, integrated approach that makes it easier to apply the appropriate data protection policies globally.
Titus solutions enable organizations to identify, classify and secure information so people can work with confidence, knowing that the sensitive information they create, share and consume is protected across all platforms.
Organizations have been struggling to secure sensitive data since the dawn of the digital age and the challenge compounds on a daily basis as data volumes continue to increase exponentially.
Protecting this ever-growing collection of data – financial, personal, health care – cannot be achieved by using one silver bullet technology. Instead, it requires an ecosystem of products working together to plug all the potential holes in an organization.
Automating these products can remove the burden on front-line staff, allowing them instead to focus on core business objectives. However, any automated system can bring fear, uncertainty, and doubt in the people who must rely on their accuracy and effectiveness.
Titus removes these concerns by adding context to data, so your security ecosystem is better equipped to make accurate and effective data security decisions.
Our solution makes your security ecosystem smarter and acts as your corporate policy broker to provide consistent protection.
How we solve it
Titus' role within security automation is to add context to data that helps inform the perimeter tools in your security program. The metadata Titus injects into files and emails can be leveraged by the entire security ecosystem, making it easier to make cohesive, accurate, and effective data security decisions.
• Increase the accuracy and effectiveness of DLP products and prevent data loss through email using policies such as attachment checking and safe recipients.
• Use data identification in concert with access management products to allow/restrict access to data or an application based on the user’s location, title, role in the business, etc.
• Enable Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) products to make informed decisions about which data can be migrated to cloud environments.
• Use metadata to bring visibility to downstream privacy management solutions and improve the scanning and tracking of possible privacy incidents. Titus policy and labelling solutions can be used to achieve compliance across multiple compliance regulations.
• Provide logs to automation and orchestration solutions that can trigger security workflows based on data categories/sensitivity. You can also add visualization and threat analysis tools based on data types to establish baseline behavior for insider threat detection.
• Automatically apply intelligent, flexible encryption to emails and attachments, based on Titus metadata and protection policies.
Keeping up with a growing number of regulatory mandates isn’t easy
People around the world demand that their personal data is adequately protected and governments are taking action. The way organizations do business is evolving with every new compliance regulation that come into effect.
These regulations require organizations to have visibility into what data they possess and where it is located. This has become a challenge for organizations that don’t yet have data protection and identification solutions in place. Ultimately, many organizations aren’t sure where to start.
Not complying with these mandates means organizations risk fines, negative PR, drops in stock prices, and more. All compelling reasons to find a solution that works, especially considering the list of regulatory compliance mandates globally is growing quickly.