Data Discovery & Data Classification solution
Titus and Vera by HelpSystems integrate to provide an end-to-end solution to help organizations find, identify, categorize, analyze, secure, and track the data they have.
The Titus And Vera Data Security Integration
Employees send emails, create documents, and upload files
to internal servers and cloud applications every day, and the
volume of data is growing exponentially. How can you ensure
that sensitive data remains secure without burdening your end
users with time-consuming and confusing workflows?
Titus and Vera by HelpSystems integrate to provide an end-to end solution to help organizations find, categorize, secure, and
track the data they have. The data classification Titus provides,
combined with Vera’s encryption, digital rights management,
and data protection, enables employees to work and collaborate
more freely, both internally and externally, without having to
worry about understanding what is or is not confidential and
what needs to be encrypted.
Digital Rights Management: Control Over Your Most Sensitive Data
Digital Rights Management (DRM) solutions enable
organizations of all sizes to protect their sensitive data by
encrypting the file and then providing the ability to track, audit,
and manage the policies securing the data anywhere it goes. So
confidential data stays protected, no matter what device, person,
cloud, or application it travels to.
Most importantly, a DRM solution will ensure that your
sensitive data is protected even when it travels outside of your
organization. This is a must for industries or job functions (such
as finance or legal) that frequently require external collaboration
with information that would be most detrimental to the
organization if a breach were to occur. Should data fall into the
wrong hands either accidentally or maliciously, a DRM tool will
allow you to revoke access to the file in real-time.
In today’s hyper-competitive business climate, the ability to
maintain control of your data, manage who can access and
modify your sensitive files, and track your intellectual property
is critical. A DRM solution provides the peace of mind that your
security policies will stick with your most important data.
In today’s distributed enterprise, data is everywhere: in on-prem share drives, in the cloud, on desktop devices, and on employees’ mobile devices. So, understanding what data you have, and where it’s located, has never been more difficult—or more important. This becomes even more critical if that data is sensitive.
But how do you define what data is sensitive and what isn’t? Almost anyone knows that personal information such as social security numbers, addresses, phone numbers, insurance numbers, personal health data, or bank account numbers is confidential. However, when it comes to company-specific information like business plans, product roadmaps, design files, product documentation, and intellectual property, it is not
always as straightforward.
It’s this type of information that typically presents the greatest challenge for organizations to deal with. Categorizing and protecting this data proactively, consistently, and accurately compounds this challenge, as failure to do so represents a real security risk. Likewise, context is crucial for accurate data classification and in the end, the most effective way to keep information protected is to employ a strategy based on a
combination of people, process, and technology.
Data Classification: The Foundation of Effective Data Protection
Data classification is an integral part of the Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) process—so much so that data classification is really considered the foundation of any data security solution, both within the corporate firewall and in the cloud. You can’t protect your data when you don’t know enough about the contents of files to handle them properly.
Once a user has created a file or an email, a classification solution scans the file to accurately identify the sensitivity of the data and apply visual labels and metadata that can be read by the entire security ecosystem. Then a policy engine determines what actions to take. The classification process can be guided (asking the user to confirm the recommended classification level), automated (applying the classification level automatically, without user input), or simply done manually.
Not only does data classification provide organizations with the ability to make more intelligent and conscious decisions about how data is used and handled, but in an age of growing regulatory compliance requirements, it is a critical tool in demonstrating compliance and remaining compliant.
Award-Winning, Data-Centric Security
In recognition for our enterprise data security and protection capabilities, Cybersecurity Excellence has named HelpSystems the 2022 winner in the following categories:
- Anti Phishing
- Cyber Threat Intelligence
- Data Classification
- Data-Centric Security
- Data Security
- Digital Rights Management
- Email Security
- Phishing D&R
- Threat Detection, Intel, and Response