OTTAWA, Sept. 14, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- According to Aberdeen Research, data classification and policies about data handling are much less effective if they are not universally applied across the organization. TITUS, the market leader in data classification and protection of unstructured information, today announced the release of the latest version of TITUS Classification Suite, the only solution to offer classification capabilities across numerous platforms and exceptional integration with other best-of-breed solutions. With coverage for Windows, Mac and mobile, TITUS Classification delivers the broadest platform support to ensure that data handling and protection policies are applied enterprise-wide.
TITUS has also enhanced the integration capabilities with Ionic Security. Organizations can now seamlessly integrate TITUS Classification Suite with Ionic Security Protection Suite to classify and automatically secure sensitive email and documents for real-time data protection and policy enforcement.
Stephane Charbonneau, founder and CTO, TITUS, said:
"TITUS has partnered with the leading DLP, encryption, storage and cloud access security broker (CASB) vendors to offer an integrated solution to identify and protect data on-premise or in the cloud. We have now delivered a joint solution with Ionic Security to bring customers a new approach and a new level of confidence in a complex era of data breaches and inadvertent data disclosure."
TITUS ensures unstructured data is classified based on business value and sensitivity so that it can be shared, stored and handled more effectively by people, processes and technologies. TITUS Classification Suite offers organizations freedom of choice:
- Choice of Platform – Many organizations have enterprise email installations that include both Windows and Mac. In most, those Mac deployments are on desktops where the most sensitive information resides – executive offices. With new classification capabilities for Mac, TITUS enables organizations to classify data across platforms and mobile devices, offering enterprises comprehensive classification capabilities and the flexibility to work most effectively.
- Choice of Encryption – In addition to the integration with Ionic Security, TITUS Classification works effectively with other encryption solutions including Microsoft RMS, giving organizations the choice of which encryption solution works best for them.
- Choice of Security Ecosystem – TITUS Classification Suite integrates with and enhances a wide variety of security solutions that may be currently deployed within any given organization.
- Choice of On-Premise or Cloud – TITUS Classification supports any enterprise environment scenario, regardless of whether data is in the Cloud, on-premise, or a hybrid of both. By classifying and protecting data at rest, TITUS classification and policy enforcement provide the foundation to enable secure collaboration.
Tim Upton, founder and CEO, TITUS, said:
"For over a decade, TITUS has been trusted by some of the largest and most security-conscious government, military and enterprise organizations around the world. Information is everywhere – on Windows and Mac desktops, on mobile devices, in Cloud storage repositories. Organizations need an effective way to classify and protect their sensitive information, no matter where it is stored. Our customers want choice – they want to be able to use and enhance their existing security infrastructure in the most effective way. TITUS has the capabilities and expertise to allow them to do that."
TITUS solutions enable organizations to discover, classify, protect, analyze and confidently share information, and meet regulatory compliance requirements by identifying and securing unstructured data. 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. Its customers include Dell, Safran Morpho, United States Air Force, NATO, Pratt and Whitney, and Canadian Department of National Defence.